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

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Bela’s daughter Meghna is four and will begin kindergarten in the fall. Bela is working now, so Subhash drops Meghna off at the summer program she attends in the mornings. Bela works on a farm she remembers visiting as a child on field trips and with her father for pumpkins. After taking Meghna to the beach one afternoon, Bela notices corn for sale. She stops and finds the stand unmanned, a coffee can left to collect a dollar for each three ears. A price list reveals other items in the cooler and she purchases some vegetables, putting her bills in the coffee can provided. She stops again the following week and still no one is there. Finally she goes on a Saturday and she talks to the man who introduces himself as Drew. He lets Meghna pet the lambs in...

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