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The Butterfly Girl - Part III, Chapters 42-44 Summary & Analysis

Rene Denfeld
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In Chapter 42, Wesley is in the kitchen of the house he inherited from his mother. Naomi escaped when she was nine, and Wesley moved himself and Sarah to the city. He was surprised when he easily disappeared. He sold his father's strawberry fields, and had survived on that money. He does nothing other than “murder and hate” (245). He knows that Naomi is the private investigator he has encountered on the streets, but he is not worried because “no one had ever stopped him. Or his father” (245). In his earliest memory, he had been in his father's courtroom and heard his father “doing something … to a child around his own age” (245). His mother left not long after that and his father constructed something in the woods. One day, Wesley followed his father who then taught Wesley about what he was doing, predicting...

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