The Silver Star - Chapters 45-47 Summary & Analysis

Jeannette Walls
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In Chapter 45 Bean admits in her narration that she felt good about the trial. Dickey Bryson, the prosecuting attorney, felt the trial would be easy. The deputy who took Liz’s statement, Bean, Uncle Tinsley, Wayne and Liz would all testify. Even though Bean felt they had a strong case with Wayne’s promise to testify to what he’d seen, Liz got more and more nervous as the day of the trial got closer. The day of the trial Liz had dry heaves. Bean and Liz wore the only dressy clothes they had while their mother wore her red velvet jacket. They tried to encourage Liz as they drove to the courthouse. Bean thought it was a good sign when she saw the Tammy Elbert was on the jury. The witnesses were asked to step outside when the trial actually started.

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