The Dogs of Littlefield - Chapters 21 – 24 Summary & Analysis

Suzanne Berne
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In Chapter 21, Bill is feeling better. He makes dinner for Julia. He and his friend Passano are considering beginning their own consulting firm, while Roche might not be finished as the surveillance done on them for insider trading had been illegal. Margaret has admitted her affair to Bill, saying she has been dumped by George–but now wants to try things over again with Bill. George, meanwhile, has apparently begun dating Tina. Julia and Bill find a dead mayfly in the kitchen. It makes Julia sad that they live only for one day. Bill reminds her that a day to a mayfly is an entire lifetime, and that before turning into a mayfly, it had a different kind of life. Being a mayfly–like much of life–is just something to get through. After dinner, Bill and Julia head to the middle school, where...

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