The Robber Bride - Weasel Nights, Chapters 28-38 Summary & Analysis

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Weasel Nights, Chapters 28-38 Summary

Chapter 28: Charis follows Zenia and her young male companion down Queen Street. Charis darts in and out of the crowd muttering apologies and smiling at panhandlers. Charis doesn't give them any money. She thinks money is bad for people. Charis is startled to realize that Zenia's companion is Roz's son Larry, and they appear to be kissing. "Larry might as well be drinking liquid drain cleaner." (pg. 196) Zenia and Larry get into a cab, and Charis follows them in another taxi. They get out at the Arnold Garden Hotel. Charis watches them enter. Unsure what to do with this disturbing knowledge, Charis heads home. On the ferry she slips into a meditative state in which she begs Zenia to return what she's taken from Charis.

Chapter 29: Charis's story begins in 1970, the year August is conceived. Charis spends...

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