Still Life - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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The Arts Williamsburg Opening (vernissage) was held with Jane’s work in the center of the room, covered with a cloth. When it was unveiled, people are shocked by the work. Gamache intently watched the reactions of people’s faces but the only reaction that stood out was Peter’s. He “cocked his head” and “furrowed his brow” (328). Gamache “knew that for Peter Morrow this was the equivalent of a scream” (328). When he asked Peter what was wrong, Peter told him there was something different about the painting but that he couldn’t determine what. When Ruth identified the dancing goat in the painting as herself, the room erupted in laughter. People started going up to the painting, identifying themselves. Clara realized that she believed she had discovered the meaning of Jane’s work; that it was a tribute to Ben’s mother Timmer...

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