Spartina - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

John Casey (novelist)
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Chapter 29 Summary

Dick goes to Miss Perry's house to thank her for her loan. When he gets there, however, she is very ill, and rambles on to herself about how she feels low and dark, and that she is unhappy to be seen that way. Dick listens to her with a great deal of sympathy, but only tells her he is sorry for the way she is feeling before she asks him to leave. He leaves with a feeling that she is sorry he came.

Chapter 29 Analysis

Miss Perry's health deteriorates and the deterioration is met with a sense of foreboding. It is reflected for Dick in the walking sticks he sees as objects of evilness and fear. He remembers that he did not thank her for the loan.

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