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The Last Letter Home Chapter Summary & Analysis - Epilogue, Chapter I and II Summary

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Epilogue, Chapter I and II Summary

In the first chapter of the Epilogue, The Map of Ljuder, Charles O. Nelson, a Swedish-born farmer in Minnesota, lies in his bed at Nelson Settlement, though it is the middle of harvest season, because the laborer finally rests since his injured back no longer allows him to work; however, his bed is positioned so that he can look out his window over the fields. He looks at the new white house one hundred yards away where his oldest son, the new owner of the farm, lives with his wife and children. Though Charles wanted to build that house for his wife, he never did after he used some of the wood for her coffin, and his sons, John and Dan, built the house he had planned. Nelson Settlement is the oldest place at Lake Chisago, and Charles watches...

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