Serena - Part 2: Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

Ron Rash
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In Chapter 13, Rachel is working in the kitchen at the camp. The women there are not friendly toward her. When she tries to sit with some of them at breakfast they call her a whore and get up and move. Joel sits with her and they talk. He tells Rachel that as soon as he can find another job he’s leaving the logging company because he doesn’t like the Pembertons. They reminisce about their days in school together.

Rachel sees Serena out the window and thinks about the day Pemberton killed her father. She thinks about how easy it would have been to kill Serena when she’d been handed her father’s knife and she wonders if maybe she had more than one choice in that moment, but realizes killing Serena would have been wrong.

A woman comes in...

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