Jayber Crow: A Novel - Chapters 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10 and 11 Summary

In chapter ten, J. goes to the Grandstand, a private spot in the woods where the menfolk play cards, hunt foxes and drink liquor. The liquor leaving the jug says, "good, good, good." and J. joins the group and becomes part of the community. The men discuss where the fox might be, and J. continues to drink from the jug. Julep Smallwood becomes excessively drunk, the dogs return to the camp, and J. falls to sleep on the ground. In the morning, while card games were still going on, Ray Overhold quickly climbs a tree as his wife, Cecelia, comes up the path to find him. Three others climb the tree and remain under him. J. lies still as Cecelia breaks bottles and throws a tantrum, looking for Roy. Seeing J. watching her, she throws a rock that hits him in the mouth and then...

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