Raymie Nightingale - Chapters 27-30 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 27, Louisiana's grandmother drives them home, much slower than she had driven them away from the Golden Glen. Beverly does not speak. Raymie feels sad. Louisiana reminds Raymie that the Three Rancheros still have another task. Raymie's mother meets her at the door and announces that Mrs. Borkowski has died.

In Chapter 28, Raymie's mother says Mrs. Borkowski had a heart attack. Raymie calls Mrs. Sylvester and imagines the jar of candy corn, “as if it held a light instead of candy corn” (Location 1021). The idea comforts her but she still cannot talk. Mrs. Sylvester realizes it is Raymie and assures her that her father will come back. Raymie becomes even sadder when she realizes that Mrs. Sylvester does not even know that Mrs. Borkowski is dead. Mrs. Sylvester continues to soothe Raymie, saying that things will be alright.

Raymie and her mother...

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