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Jayber Crow: A Novel - Chapters 27 and 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 27 and 28 Summary

In chapter twenty-eight, Jayber gets ready to move and cannot sleep. Out in the quiet, he contemplates how much of the little town of Port William is gone, and how many of its people are gone as well. Much of it is vacant or soon will be, but Jayber knows it will be forever here for him. He takes his old barber chair with him and writes "gone" on the old paper clock. His friends move him to the river cabin. The little two-room cabin was well built with good wood floors and tin roof in 1916, and is the most beautiful house Jayber has ever lived in.

His clients/friends, mostly the older ones, come to him on the river for haircuts, and his shop is reborn. He plants a garden, gets two Border collies, makes improvements to the house and becomes intimate with the...

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