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The Neon Bible - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

John Kennedy Toole
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Chapter 10 Summary

David is on the train now, after riding for an entire night. The conductor takes the envelope of money from David and is going to let him off whenever he cannot afford to go any further. The train has gone pretty far from the valley, and there are only flatlands outside the windows now.

David thinks about writing to Aunt Mae, or possibly going to Nashville once he gets a job and figures out where he is. He does not worry about the events on the hill as the train pulls further away from the recent events. He just stares out the window and notices the blue sky is the same as it was in town the day before.

Chapter 10 Analysis

This novel portrays the life of a young man who went from being a social outcast, living up on a hill, to running away from town...

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