The Other Americans - Pages 98 - 151 Summary & Analysis

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Jeremy drives home after dropping off Nora, and reflects on how the dynamic between them shifted once he mentioned the war. Jeremy recalls how Nora had once generously shared her lunch with him while they were on a trip with the school band together, a moment that triggered an immense crush he had for her.

Anderson Baker has owned and operated a bowling alley in the Mojave Desert since 1973, which is next door to Driss’ diner The Pantry. Coleman comes in to ask him about the incident. He has nothing to say, except recommending that the city install a traffic light at the dark intersection.

Nora receives a surprise call from a local jeweler: at the time of his death, Driss owed $3,000 on an engagement ring. Nora says that she cannot pay for the ring. Now having the knowledge that her father was...

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