The Alaskan Laundry - Section 4: Chapters 31 - 40 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 31, just as Tara feels as if her work is her punishment for leaving Connor and her father, Newt returns. She is mad at him and says that she is about to quit. He tells her that the tug is moving south. Tara calls Laney who says that she would have preferred to have sold the boat to Tara, but Tara did not have the money. The same people who left the dog are the ones who are going to start a music school on the tug. When Tara goes back to work, she has a new assignment. She is working with Newt, who did not like working in the water after all. Tara has problems at first, but she decides that she has no choice but to continue.

In Chapter 32, Tara’s body is getting accustomed to her work. and...

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