Prodigal Summer: A Novel - Chapters 28, 29, 30, and 31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28, 29, 30, and 31 Summary

In Chapter Twenty-Eight, Garnett is obsessed with the strange man watching Nannie Rawley's tomatoes, whether she is there or not. He gets his rifle to scare off the vagrant, calls to the man, and realizes as he comes closer to the man that it is just a scarecrow. He feels lucky no one else is around. He sets his rifle down and Nannie finds him. She tells him that Deanna is coming, so now she will have a grandbaby. Garnett tells her, to her surprise, that his two grandchildren are coming over on Saturday for a visit. Nannie notices the shotgun, and Garnett admits to being angry with the man that was staring at her in her short pants. She lays her head on his chest and hugs him. It takes him a moment, but he hugs her back. He feels...

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