In Sunlight and in Shadow - Chapters 30-34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 30-34 Summary

In chapter thirty, Catherine has become very frustrated over the bad reviews. Harry and her parents try to convince her to go to the Hamptons to see the storm and relax, which they finally manage to do. On their way to the house, Billy is driving and nearly hits a man on the side of the road. Billy is upset, but stops the car, and Harry suggests giving him a ride, because his clothing indicates that he is from the 101st division of the army. It's James Vanderlyn, and Billy refuses to pick him up. When they arrive at the home, Catherine suggests she and Harry go get him anyway. She takes him across their property to bicycles. He takes two of them, riding one, and goes looking for Vanderlyn. He finds him and they talk briefly. Harry leads him back...

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