Land of Love and Drowning - Section 2: Belonging - Chapters 29 - 60 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2 is titled "Belonging" and begins with a song lyric: "All hail our Virgin Islands. Em'ralds of the sea, Where beaches bright with coral sand, And trade winds bless our native land," from "Virgin Islands March" by Alton Adams.

Anette begins the storytelling by telling how sick she is and that when her fever finally breaks it's Ronald who is by her bedside. Once she's better, Eeona wants to take her to church in order for her to fully recover from her illness. However, Eeona plans to take Nelson, their ass (mule), but Anette cannot stay on. Eeona goes to church by herself, and Anette stays home. While she's home, Anette wants some fish and water, so she sits in her house and thinks how nice it would be to have some. Almost immediately after she thinks it, Ronald brings...

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