Montana 1948 - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Larry Watson
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David says that the family leaves Brentrock that winter. He says that the decision to move had actually been made soon after Frank's suicide, at least partly because of the two deaths in the house but also because of the overall situation and the rift it had caused with the family. David says that the overriding reason for the move is that his mother has no way to deal with the web of lies created to cover up Frank's suicide. The story circulates that Frank had been helping Wesley build new shelves in the basement and that Frank had fallen from a ladder, bumping his head and causing his death. The funeral director, Clarence Undset, was bound to know the truth but David says everyone seems confident that Clarence will never reveal his knowledge.

David had believed that Frank's suicide would mean that...

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