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Plainsong - Pages 100-121 (Ike and Bobby, McPherons, Ella) Summary & Analysis

Kent Haruf
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Pages 100-121 (Ike and Bobby, McPherons, Ella) Summary

Ike and Bobby

Ike and Bobby sit on their bicycles across from the house where their mother now lives. After they knock on the door and their mother answers, they immediately notice that she looks unwell. She invites the boys inside, but they find conversation with her difficult because she seems so listless. The boys ask if they can get anything for her, and she says that she is out of coffee. Ike and Bobby go to the grocery store and charge coffee to their mother's account. Then they go to another store and use their paper route money to buy her some perfume and bubble bath. When the boys give their mother her gifts, she cries.

McPherons

Maggie Jones drives to the McPherons' ranch. She knocks on the door, but...

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