Heroes of the Frontier - Chapters XVI - XX Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XVI begins with Josie driving away from the RV park. She is tired and angry at herself. After sending her children to bed, she had sex with Jim and Paul saw them. She knows her behavior was inappropriate and that Paul understands what they were doing. Afterward, she and Jim and argued about whether or not Jeremy could really have been killed in Afghanistan since the war there is over. As she drives, Josie continually sees the image of the bottle breaking across her face.

In Chapter XVII, Josie thinks the best way to erase from Paul’s mind the sight of having seen his mother having sex is to replace it with nicer things. As they drive, she sees a roadside attraction that is a replica of the Batmobile, so she stops and lets the children look at it...

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