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The River Why - Book Four, The Line of Light: Hemingway and Dutch Summary & Analysis

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Book Four, The Line of Light: Hemingway and Dutch Summary

When Gus arrives home, he immediately starts to read all of the philosophical minds that he had brought home from Irving's house. He stops by the Coke and Doughnut Dairy and tells the parents that they can send the kids over whenever they feel like. The kids feel like following him two and one half minutes after he walks into his front door. He takes all of the children fishing, but it is Ernie II, dubbed "Hemingway", who is the only child who shows real talent and resilience to the sport, even though he is only six.

One day, he hooks a fish, but as he is bringing it in, the fish sinks to the bottom and he loses it. Hemingway bursts into tears, but the other...

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