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

David Wroblewski
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Trudy Summary

Trudy and Claude head out back to find Glen screaming for water, blinded by the lime dust. Trudy also sees Edgar in the barn against flickering light. Trudy refuses Glen any water until she knows her son is safe. The barn catches on fire from the ether fumes meeting the hot light. She and Claude work to release the rest of the dogs and keep them away from the fire.

Trudy Analysis

Trudy at once knows that Glen has caused the fire in the barn, and she and Claude work to get the dogs out of the barn. The barn continues to burn, and all is chaos, just as in the final act of Hamlet.

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