My Antonia - Book 4: Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Book 4: Chapter 4 Summary

The next day, Jim goes to visit A'ntonia. Jims says, "We met like the people in the old song, in silence, if not in tears." A'ntonia says she has been expecting Jim to visit. A'ntonia is very thin and looks worn down by her work, yet her face at 24 still has color and health in it. Jim and A'ntonia go to talk by the plot where Mr. Shimerda is buried. Jim begins telling A'ntonia about studying law and working with one of his mother's relatives in a law office in New York City. A'ntonia tells Jim about how much her father is a part of her life and that she knows she will not lose Jim either. A'ntonia goes on to say that she knows her job in life is to take care of her daughter. Jim responds by telling A'ntonia how much...

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