The Bridges of Madison County - Chapter 4: The Bridges of Tuesday Summary & Analysis

Robert James Waller
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Chapter 4: The Bridges of Tuesday Summary

Francesca heard Harry, Robert's out-of-tune truck, pass by the house early the next morning on his way to the bridge. Once there, Robert pulled on a pair of knee-high boots in preparation for walking around the muddy earth seeking out the best angles for his shoot. He had to get in the perfect position in order to include the creek, avoid including graffiti near the entrance and be sure to omit the telephone wires. As the sun surfaced, the red sky brightened. Just when Robert had the perfect angle, he peered into his camera's viewfinder and frowned. Why in the world was there a little white piece of paper hanging on the entrance, he wondered. He ran up and retrieved the piece of paper and stuck it in his vest pocket. He didn't have time...

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