My Antonia - Book 2: Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2: Chapter 15 Summary

In late August, the Cutters go to Omaha for a few days, and A'ntonia visits with the Burdens. Jim's grandmother notices A'ntonia is worried and she then describes her peculiar situation. Before leaving, Cutter insisted that A'ntonia sleep in the house and placed the silver and a box of papers below her bed. A'ntonia is worried Cutter is up to a trick, and Grandmother agrees that she should not stay in the house. Grandmother arranges for Jim to sleep in the Cutters' house in place of A'ntonia. For two nights, Jim has no troubles; however, on the third night, Wick Cutter appears and sits on the edge of the bed. When Wick sees it is Jim there is a nasty fight, and Jim manages to get home. Jim keeps himself hidden in his room while his face and body recover. Jim is very upset by...

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