Nightwoods: A Novel - Part II, Chapters 4 through 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part II, Chapters 4 through 6 Summary

In chapter four, Stubblefield continues to drive down the road toward the lodge almost daily though he stops to swim on a beach created for him by his grandfather when Stubblefield had been training in swimming. He admits to himself that he's interested in Luce and, if not for her, he'd sell all his newly-acquired holdings and go live on the beach until his money ran out. Stubblefield ticks off the baggage Luce is carrying. Her sister is a murder victim, her father is a crazy "violent lawman," and her mother ran away years ago. Added to that, her niece and nephew are tiny pyromaniacs who had probably burned his grandfather's house. Stubblefield admits that all these things are reasons to leave but when he learns about the reaction to Sally, he goes to Maddie to buy...

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