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Home (Robinson) - Chapters 8-9 Summary & Analysis

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THAT WAS THE DAY A PHONE CALL CAME

A woman calls the house for Jack, but he’s out in the barn working. By the time he comes to the phone, she’s hung up. Glory tells him that all she would say was that she was calling from St. Louis. Jack waits to see if the woman will call back, and in a couple of hours, she does. Her name is Mrs. Johnson. From the conversation, Glory can only piece together that something was lost and not found and that Jack is desperate that whatever it is be found. He tells Glory that the ‘thing’ that was lost is a dog, but Glory doesn’t believe him.

The woman doesn’t call again, and Jack takes to spending most of his free time working on the old car in the barn. Each...

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