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I Know This Much Is True Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 29-32 Summary

Wally Lamb
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Chapters 29-32 Summary

In Chapter 29, Ray shows uncommon concern for "his kid," which gives Dominick pause to think: Ray is here for him. Ray has a doctor's appointment, but offers to help Dominick paint tomorrow. Ray's rant about Halloween reminds Dominick of a time he gets Thomas in trouble, sharing candy during Mass. At the Roods', Ruth tells Dominick that it is a bad time to paint, but he removes the shutters, tearing his stitches. When Ray does not return, Dominick climbs to the third-story, and sees Henry Rood put a gun to his mouth. Dominick falls in slow motion, seeing Ma and Angela.

In Chapter 30, Dominick awakens in Shanley Memorial Hospital, suffering vivid morphine dreams. He learns about his splintered left leg and foot and endures meeting his flatulent roommate, Steve Felice. Sheffer visits, tells about Thomas hitting her and ranting at the PSRB hearing, and gives...

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