The Fool's Progress: An Honest Novel - Study Guide Chapter 10, The Housewarming Party through Chapter 11, The Comforters Summary & Analysis

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In chapter ten, Henry remembers March of 1956. He is in Village plaza, El Culito. There is an adobe church nearby, and in the middle of the land there is a long house with many doors, metal roofing, boarded up windows, and a store attached to one side. Henry arrives in his pickup with Myra, his first wife. He explains to Myra that this run-down building is their new home. He explains that the store will make a perfect studio for her art. Henry has brought the bed to the new "house", along with her books, wine and candles. Myra notes there is no stove, no gas heater, and no bathroom. Henry tells her she will have to use the outhouse. Henry explains that this is their introduction to voluntary simplicity. Myra is clearly...

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