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Home (Robinson) - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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GLORY MADE UP A BATCH OF BREAD DOUGH

Glory fixes a big meal and bakes a loaf of her father’s favorite bread. Jack has gotten a new baseball mitt and is planning to go and see if Ames’s teen son wants to throw the baseball around a bit. He starts out the door with the mitt, but then returns shortly after leaving, telling Glory that he forgets that he’s still viewed as ‘disreputable’.

Later, Jack asks if Glory is trying to save his soul. She asks him why he would think that. They dance around the subject of the things he believes he’s done that will keep him from redemption. From this point on, Glory keeps her Bible out of sight and only reads it when she knows Jack won’t be around. She is uncomfortable with his insinuation that...

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