The Brothers K - Book Five, The Brothers K Summary & Analysis

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It is November of 1970, in Chapter One, and Kincaid is watching his father work on an engine part and Winifred is waiting to be taken fishing. Kincaid knows his father has just read one of Irwin's letters from Vietnam. Kincaid has received a separate letter from Irwin, one that tells how horrible it really is there. Irwin and Linda have a boy, Nash. Kincaid talks about how his father can get distracted from his goals, and how frustrating that is to Kincaid, but he understands the pressures his father is under.

Chapter Two finds Everett in Canada, settling down in a town called Shyashyakook. It is a remote area of British Columbia, and is a mixture of ancient Indian sites and abandoned modern facilities. He has been hired as a caretaker for some summer homes...

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