Maud's Line - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Margaret Verble
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As Chapter 7 begins, Maud returns home to find Billy in the barn and his dog guarding the front porch. Billy’s furniture has been moved in and his trunk is sitting where Lovely’s cot had been. Maud grows increasingly sad over Lovely’s death and is comforted only when she and Billy have sex. However, the sex always ends in tears. She thinks about getting rid of the baby but does not want to go back to Blue’s woods to get more squaw root. Nan still refuses to help her, so she asks Viola for help. Viola talks about how many Indians have died at the hands of white men and then ends the conversation. Maud receives a letter from her sister Peggy saying she saw Mustard recently. Maud does not receive any more letters from Booker and figures he is with...

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