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Home (Robinson) - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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WHEN SHE CAME HOME SHE FOUND THAT HER FATHER

Though it is not stated directly, Chapter 3 gives evidence that the time of the setting for the story is in the 50's or early 60's. This time period is logical because Glory listens to radio programs instead of watching television, and most homes during that era did not have a television. Also, in the story, telephone calls are made with the assistance of an operator, which was commonplace for the mid-20th Century.

As the story continues in Chapter 3, the Reverend has written a quick letter back to let Jack know that it is all right for him to come for a visit. Glory gets ready to take the letter to the post office in town. About that time, Rev. Ames from next door stops by, and Glory leaves her father and Rev. Ames...

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