The Dog of the South - Chapters 10-12 Summary & Analysis

Charles Portis
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Chapters 10-12 Summary

Chapter 10 is set back at the Tabernacle, where Christine bathes Victor and herself. Meanwhile, a recovered Reo Symes is still attempting to get control of Jeans Island, and Ray is attempting to get a loan from Dr. Symes. Symes, meanwhile, has discovered insurance checks that his mother has never cashed and now intends to cash them and drill for natural gas on the island. While Ray is trying to focus on obtaining a loan, even offering a set of sterling silver he has brought from home as collateral, Reo is off on another mental tangent, this time comprised of recollections of his life, stimulated by a box of mementos his has found. Unable to obtain a loan from either Symes or Melba, Ray resigns himself to selling the old Buick to Leet, a person who has left numerous notes on his...

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