My Antonia - Book 5: Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 5: Chapter 3 Summary

After dinner the next day, Jim takes a train to Black Hawk. The whole family says goodbye, and Jim has invited the two older boys on a hunting trip with him in the fall. Jim describes his day in Black Hawk as disappointing. Most of his old friends have died or have moved. Jim takes a walk out into the pastures and feels at home again there. Jim describes having escaped the depression of small towns, and looks forward to spending time with the Cuzaks. Jim happens to pass over a part of the first road that had run from the town to the North Country where his grandparents' farm was. This road was the same one Jim and A'ntonia had taken as children when they first came to Black hawk. Jim says, "For A'ntonia and for me, this had been the road of...

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