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Home (Robinson) - Chapter 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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HOME TO STAY, GLORY! YES

In Chapter 1, Glory has come home to live with her father for a short while. She is one of eight children. The focus turns to a brother named Jack, who is the black sheep of the family. Glory remembers, as she walks through the rooms in her childhood home, how Jack had so often gotten off with a warning because he was the local preacher’s son. Jack has been gone for many years without ever coming home to visit. The family doesn't really know where he is or what he is doing with himself, though a situation is alluded to in which there was a girlfriend and a baby that caused some upheaval in the family. Glory does not dwell on this as she continues to walk through the house.

The family's home is situated in a...

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