Meridian - Ending: Travels, Treasure, and Pilgrimage Summary & Analysis

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Ending: Travels, Treasure, and Pilgrimage Summary

In Travels, Meridian and Truman come up to a house where a man is rolling up pieces of discarded newspaper into cylindrical logs. He's already made a large pile of them. From where he sits in the front room, he can see his wife lying in bed. Meridian and Truman ask how the woman is, and she says she feels better. Her husband Johnny brought home venison, hunted near a deer-crossing sign, and made a stew for her. The woman's name is Agnes, and she tells the visitors that Johnny used to work at a copper plant, until they tried to cover up all the windows. Johnny wouldn't work without a window. Now he gathers newspapers and rolls them up to sell as kindling in the winter, for a nickel to whites or three cents...

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