Nightwoods: A Novel - Part II, Chapters 11 through 13 Summary & Analysis

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Part II, Chapters 11 through 13 Summary

In chapter eleven, Stubblefield has located Luce's mother, Lola, living on a beach in Florida. He suggests they go there. Luce is reluctant but finally agrees because she sees it as safer for the twins. Lola doesn't know they're coming. She's in a swimsuit when they arrive and Luce is surprised at how young she looks. She says they can come in if they want but that she has no intentions of being either mother or grandmother, despite knowing the children could be in danger. They leave, headed to Stubblefield's beach house instead. He knows he doesn't have enough money for them to remain at the beach house for long.

In chapter twelve, Bud and Lit are driving around, drinking as usual. Lit is questioning Bud about his past and Bud keeps insisting there's nothing to see...

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