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The Butterfly Girl - Part II, Chapters 34-37 Summary & Analysis

Rene Denfeld
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In Chapter 34, Diane urges Naomi to find a way to help Celia. Jerome and Naomi go to visit Tasmin. Tasmin says she was five when her mother, Mary, became panicked. She reported she had seen the “beloved town judge in the woods, carrying a bound child in his arms” (205). People said Mary was crazy or drunk, despite the fact that several children had turned up dead. One who supposedly drowned had strangulation marks. Mary told Ralph Thurman she was going to the authorities in the city. She sent Tasmin to live with a cousin on the reservation, and Mary died a few days later. The judge ruled her death a suicide. Later, Naomi requests a copy of the year book to find out what Wesley looked like.

In Chapter 35, Naomi finds Celia. Celia's first words are that Naomi did not return...

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