The Alaskan Laundry - Section 3: Chapters 21 - 30 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 21, Fritz tells Tara how Betteryear killed two bears and warns her that he has a temper. Tara wonders if it is worth working so hard for the tugboat, but then she imagines it as her home. The work she has to do the next morning gives her a taste for what the Island is like. She vows that she can take it.

In Chapter 22, Tara gets a new responsibility.. She thinks about calling her father to apologize for hanging up on him, but decides against it. She writes Connor and mails the letter.

In Chapter 23, Connor writes back quickly. He tells her that she is falling in love with a thing instead of a person and that being in Alaska has softened her. Then, she and Newt go to look at the tug. He tells her that she has found...

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