Songs of the Humpback Whale - Chapters 9-11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9-11 Summary

Jane thinks about her relationship with Joley, whom she rescued from jail and kept in touch with during his years of wanderlust. He repaid her by believing in her. Jane stops at a convenience store to call Joley while Rebecca gets food. Jane tells Joley about leaving Oliver so Joley directs her to come to him. Joley sends her on the scenic route to give her time to think. The first instructions send her to the post office in Gila Bend, Arizona where Joley's letter will give her instructions for the next leg of her journey. They stop for the night at Dog Forked Road, near the Indian Reservation at Gila Bend, where an Indian named Hilda takes them in for the night.

In his first letter to Jane, he writes about their childhood trip to the circus. His doting mother...

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