The Story of Edgar Sawtelle: A Novel - Trudy Summary & Analysis

David Wroblewski
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Trudy Summary

Trudy enjoys the drive into the town of Mellen. She wonders about what things Edgar keeps locked up in inside. Trudy finds Edgar very mysterious.

Trudy again considers Claude's proposal, thinking that if a second chance came around, she wouldn't waste it.

Trudy also reflects on Edgar once more, believing that if something was truly wrong with him, she would know about it.

Trudy Analysis

Some time is spent with Trudy in this chapter in order to reveal the workings of her mind. She is torn by her duties as a mother, a widow, and a farm/business owner and operator, and it appears as if her character has not made a place to ground itself just yet.

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