Jayber Crow: A Novel - Study Guide Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Jayber explains he had to tell his story in a linear way, but it didn't happen like that. He still sees this as a book about Heaven, but has wondered if it might turn out the opposite. But the earth informs us of heaven, which we would not know unless we knew of Hell. Jayber's leftovers include wondering what ever happened to Clydie. He has forgiven Cecelia Overhold, who was put in a home by her nephew in California. He has forgiven Troy Chatham, who lost the Keith place and his life's work. He describes himself as a man of love and faith, and provides an analogy of a man falling into a deep dark well. A man of faith believes that the man in the well is not lost.

A summer day, knowing Mattie was in the hospital, Jayber goes about his usual chores of washing...

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