Neighbor Rosicky - Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 Summary

As the winter progresses Rosicky leaves the heavy farm work to his sons and stays inside and sews and mends clothes, a trade he learned while living in New York after his arrival in America over forty years ago. As a young man, Rosicky worked in a tailor's shop and lived with the shop's owner and his family. Although Rosicky made a decent wage he could never save any money because he was generous with friends and indulged on good dinners and girls.

The life Rosicky led was not bad but he felt vacant until one Fourth of July when Rosicky realized that he needed to be closer to the earth and live more authentically, something that was impossible in New York City. The move to Nebraska validated Rosicky as a simple man with roots like a tree, not a network but one firm tap-root searching for...

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