Nothing to See Here - Pages 153 – 201 Summary & Analysis

Kevin Wilson
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In Chapter 8, to give the twins an academic and creative outlet, Lillian suggests that the twins each write a report about a famous person from Tennessee. Bessie chooses musician Dolly Parton, and Roland chooses renowned World War One soldier, Sergeant Alvin York. Lillian asks Carl to take her and the twins to the library so that they can get books about Parton and York. Carl expresses trepidation, but he eventually relents. However, after they get to the library, Lillian realizes that none of them have a library card. Lillian manages to sneak the books out. She tells the twins that it is fine since they will bring the books back. The twins enjoy being out of the house, and they are happy when Lillian buys ice cream for them. That evening, the twins express sadness that their father is not making an effort to...

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