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Plainsong - Pages 187-199 (Guthrie, Victoria Roubideaux) Summary & Analysis

Kent Haruf
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Pages 187-199 (Guthrie, Victoria Roubideaux) Summary

Guthrie

Guthrie lies in bed with Judy at her house. Judy asks Guthrie what prompted him to come over that night, and he says he was lonely. Judy begins to kiss Guthrie, and he asks about her ex husband. She wonders why he wants to have that discussion at this particular time.

Two hours earlier Guthrie had driven past Maggie Jones' house, but it appeared that either no one was home or she was already asleep. Guthrie bought some beer and drove around with no particular destination in mind before he decided to go to Judy's house.

As Guthrie is leaving Judy's house she asks him if he will return. He says maybe.

Two days later Guthrie discovers that everyone in town knows that he paid a visit to Judy. Even Maggie Jones knows. One...

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