Red Clocks - Section 3 Summary & Analysis

Leni Zumas
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Pages 69 - 99 – A page from Ro’s biography of Eivor describes how she loved watching the men and boys slaughter the whales every year.

The perspective moves to the mender, who has been avoiding going to the school, even though she still watches the girl from afar. The girl is revealed to be Mattie – the daughter – and the mender wants to warn her of something. The mender has her aunt Temple’s body in a freezer behind her goat shed. A man named Cotter comes to the mender’s door, but even though he is her friend she does not let him in. He tells her that a girl will be coming to see her for help with an abortion, and that people in town are blaming her for the seaweed that is clogging the coast.

The perspective shifts to the daughter, who stumbles...

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