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Independence Day - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Bascombe introduces the couple to Ted Houlihan upon their arrival at the house. Ted, an engineer, owns the remodeled farmhouse. He has recently been widowed and is considering selling the farmhouse. Upon inspection of the house, Joe is not at all impressed, but Phyllis loves what she sees. However, her enthusiasm for the property diminishes quickly when she finds out it is located next to a minimum-security state prison. Ted insists it is more like a country club than a prison, and presents no threat to the locals. Phyllis is not convinced, especially because they have a twelve-year-old daughter named Sonja who will be living there as well. Joe changes his mind and decides he now likes the home. Frank takes the couple back to the motel where they are staying and encourages them, emphasizing the home is a good fit for them and an excellent...

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