Running with Scissors - Chapter 20: Life in the Great Outdoors Summary & Analysis

Augusten Burroughs
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Chapter 20: Life in the Great Outdoors Summary and Analysis

To gain some extra money, the Finches and Augusten move a number of household items into the front yard for a tag sale. Quickly, they feel comfortable in the new surroundings and take to living on a furniture arrangement on the lawn. On one particular day, Natalie makes homemade ice cream in their newly found space and Hope reads past bible-dips.

It is now summer and Augusten travels back and forth between Northampton and his other's house in Amherst at will, courtesy of public transportation. Upon arriving at his mother's late one evening, he finds that Deidre and Dorothy have busted most of the dishes in the backyard. They both appear to be suffering from a crazy episode.

Augusten, out of concern, calls Dr. Finch and Hope arrives to help. Deidre...

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