The Dry Grass of August - Chapters 30-33 Summary & Analysis

Anna Jean Mayhew
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Chapters 30-33 Summary

Chapter 30:

Things become strained at the Watts house. Richard's funeral was private so no one but family attended. Bill and Stamos spend a great deal of time together, usually behind closed doors. There is visible strain on their faces. Snippets of conversation are overheard. It becomes apparent that the reason for Richard's accident was due to the use of substandard rebar. The accident was caused by negligence. The negligence is the fault of Watts Concrete Fabricators. Stamos did not know what was happening at the company, that Bill had been buying cheap rebar and charging for the standard item. The money saved was going to support the White Businessman's Association.

Rita goes to visit Paula. While the women are talking about the situation, Rita's maid calls and tells her to come home immediately. When Rita arrives home, she finds out that...

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