The Broken Bridge - Chapter 7, The White Cuckoo Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, The White Cuckoo Summary

Ginny's father returns home from Liverpool alone and Ginny wants desperately to ask him a long list of questions. Her father is tired; Ginny does not ask. The next day, Ginny tries to make sense of her memories of the deliciously scary trailer. The horror surrounding the trailer evokes no real fear in Ginny because she knows it is only a story that she can enjoy. Her one visit with her paternal grandparents, on the other hand, is quite disturbing to her. Ginny laments having to share her father with this new half-brother; she also cries for her lack of empathy for poor Robert. She cannot understand how her father could do something like this.

She visits Stuart at her favorite house. They talk about her mother, painting, Haiti and voodoo. Stuart helps Ginny figure out that...

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