Spartina - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

Back ashore, Dick lets Charlie go pick up the money. He wants Charlie to learn how little there is left for the crew, and the owner gets a large share without even being on the trip. When they get home Charlie is very proud and tells his mother everything they did. May is happier than Dick has seen her in months, and listens to her excitement from the shower as Charlie continues to tell her of their good fortune.

Dick doesn't understand why he is in such a dark mood. Everything seems to be going his way and he is closer than ever to getting his boat completed. After they eat, Dick tells May that he is going to go talk to Miss Perry about money, and May is surprised and asks him if he has thought how to discuss it with her...

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