Maud's Line - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Margaret Verble
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Chapter 6 begins with the date Maud and Booker set for their wedding just sixteen days away and Booker still has not returned. Maud knows that if he plans to return he will be back by then. She feels hopeless stuck on her “pitiful patch of Indian land” (p. 213). She misses Booker, Lovely, and her father. Billy comes to her house and they make love again. Afterward they sleep and when Maud awakens the crack in the ceiling looks like it has grown. She knows that if she is not pregnant already she will be soon.

Maud goes into town to see Gilda and asks if she knows where Lovely is. Gilda informs her that she and Lovely broke up because he has gotten so strange. Lovely did not take the break up well. Maud then goes to Mr. Singer’s in hopes he has...

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