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Taft Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

Ann Patchett
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Chapter 12 Summary

In chapter twelve, Marion and John sit in the car while Wallace collects his prescriptions from the pharmacy. They return to the Woodmoore house and find Mrs. Woodmoore asleep with Fay's head on her lap. Marion wakes them, and Wallace drives Fay back home. Marion insists on John staying at her parents' house so she can tend to him overnight. They go upstairs to Marion and Ruth's childhood room. Marion strips John down for bed and has him take one of his two pills. John falls asleep.

Taft wakes up in the afternoon. He is aggravated that he slept so long, and he wants to finish his deck. Virginia says she is off to a church rummage sale with her friend. To her surprise, Fay wants to come with her. Fay thinks maybe she could take a job at the lumberyard too; Taft thinks he should find...

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