Redemption - Study Guide Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 Summary

Jack remained distant from his father and uncles as time passed. These were quiet men, lived there all their lives. Jack was comfortable in the world of the farm, in the barn with the cows or out in the pasture. In the early morning, everything seemed right, felt peaceful. However, the feeling never lasted and soon he would be reviewing the horror of his brother's death again.

Part 3 Analysis

Jack's father and uncles could not provide comfort for him, could not help to ease his pain. These men did not do a lot of talking, share personal or emotional experiences. They worked side by side silently. Jack was able to find some solace in his rituals around the farm, companionship with the animals. In the early morning, the day would appear pure and he could enjoy a few minutes of peacefulness before the images of the accident...

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