Neighbor Rosicky - Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4 Summary

Rosicky is thirty-five-years-old when he moves to Nebraska and starts his family late in life; he muses that that is the reason he dotes on his children. His patience and indulgence engenders reciprocal feelings from the children toward him, too. At the present time, Rosicky is concerned for his oldest son, Rudolph, who rents a nearby farm and has recently married a local girl named Polly.

Rosicky is concerned that Polly's difficult transition from living in the city to the isolation of Nebraska farm life will prompt the couple to move to the city where he will not be able to see them as often. In an attempt to inject some vitality into Polly's life, Rosicky loans his car to the couple so that they may drive into town to see a movie. The other boys at home usually use the car on Saturday nights but Rosicky...

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