Out of the Dust - Spring 1935, Summary & Analysis

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Spring 1935, Summary

Heartsick: Billie Jo acknowledges that she is kind of sweet on Mad Dog. He could have any girl, so why would he want her? She can't talk to her father about it. If Ma were there, she could talk to Ma. Then, Ma would reassure Daddy, but without her, they don't talk.

Skin: Billie Jo's father has some spots on his face. She seems to know what they are, since his father had them too. However, she doesn't specify what they are.

Regrets: Arley still comes to school to teach, but Billie Jo doesn't go by his place anymore. She doesn't see him, or Vera, or Mad Dog, but when she does, they are polite to her. She hides her hands to avoid having everyone look at them. Mad Dog seems kind of sweet on Billie Jo. He walks her home sometimes and treats her kindly. She...

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