The Story of Edgar Sawtelle: A Novel - Every Nook and Cranny Summary & Analysis

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Every Nook and Cranny Summary

Gar goes to pick up his brother, Claude, who is leaving the Navy and will be staying with them until he finds a place of his own. Claude is not happy to be back on the family farm, for he didn't get along well with Edgar's grandfather. But rather than staying in the house the first night, Claude gets drunk and passes out in the barn. Claude explains to Edgar that he is tired of cramped and confined spaces, and wants to be outside. Claude consents to helping repair the barn roof and helping around the farm.

Every Nook and Cranny Analysis

The letter reveals that Gar's brother Claude is coming home after having served in the Navy. Animosity between the brothers is clear from the start. Claude is not happy to be home, and is not...

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