Sweetland - Book I: Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Michael Crummey
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A week after he called the government agent, Sweetland receives the papers in the mail. He signs them, with Clara as witness. He tells her to make sure the papers get into the post. She begins to thank him, But he doesn't respond positively. He wonders if she's going to tell Jesse about his decision, since she hasn't yet. She tells him she wants to wait, knowing he won't react well. Sweetland offers to tell him, saying he thinks Jesse will blame him anyway. Clara wonders why Jesse would blame him, and Sweetland tells her that Jesse was counting on him holding out. She says she wants to tell Jesse herself. She asks where he plans to relocate, and offers a place for him with them in St. John's. Sweetland declines. She tells him to hang onto the relocation information, and that...

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