The Lowland - Part VI: Chapters 3 - 4 Summary & Analysis

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Bela’s nomadic life suits her. She finds a shared accommodation in a house in Brooklyn and walks to a dilapidated playground she is working on turning into a vegetable garden. She teaches teenagers and seniors alike, supervising and overseeing. She lives with ten others, sharing time, space and occasional meals with them. A house nearby is being renovated by workmen from Bangladesh, and she slows down to listen to the nostalgic familiarity of the language although she doesn't understand much of it now.

Noel and his girlfriend Ursula also live in the house with her, along with their daughter Violet. Noel stays home with Violet while Ursula works and Bela can see how different they are from how her parents were. The time they spend together is joyful, and they often invite Bela to join them. She does on occasion...

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