The Ponder Heart - Pages 127 - 156 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 127 - 156 Summary

In this final section of the novel, Daniel gets more and more agitated and demands to be allowed to have his say on the stand. The judge hears Daniel's desire to testify and tells DeYancey that he can't stop Daniel from testifying if Daniel wants to do so. DeYancey will not allow Daniel to testify without firing him first, so Daniel does so, even though he believes that it is a shame. He chooses to allow Gladney, the Peakcocks' lawyer to question him. Gladney first asks Daniel if he loved Bonnie Dee and if she returned his love. Daniel is unsure and first tells Gladney he needs to check with Edna Earle. He does, however, believe that Bonnie Dee did love him on the day that she died.

Daniel tells the court that when he and Edna Earle had first entered...

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