The Memory of Old Jack - Chapter Six, Rose Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six, Rose Summary

After leaving Mat Fetner's house, Jack finds a bench and goes back again to his memories. He remembers the story of the one woman he really ever felt loved by, Rose McInnis. When he first met her, she was married to an old doctor; their marriage was so strange that many of the people in town thought they were odd. Jack did not know her until he had an accident one day while working and cut his leg. He saw her only briefly, but she stayed in his mind.

A few years later, her husband died and she lived alone, still the butt of much gossip in the town for her strange ways. Jack would see her occasionally in town and there was a kind of unspoken attraction between them. Jack might have resisted her before, but after the...

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