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Plainsong - Pages 122-143 (Victoria Roubideaux, McPherons, Guthrie) Summary & Analysis

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Pages 122-143 (Victoria Roubideaux, McPherons, Guthrie) Summary

Victoria Roubideaux

Maggie Jones drives Victoria to the McPherons. Victoria is nervous, but Maggie convinces her to give the McPherons a chance. She also says that the men will be understanding because they lost their own parents in an automobile accident. The brothers are waiting and have even dressed for the occasion. Maggie also notices that they have cleaned the house. The brothers show Victoria her room. It is the room that the McPheron brothers' parents once occupied.

McPherons

After dinner the brothers sit at the dining table, and Victoria is in her room. The brothers wonder if Victoria ate enough, and Raymond worries that Victoria did not like his cooking. Raymond looks in on sleeping Victoria and puts two wool blankets on her. During the night Victoria wakes hot and sweating.

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