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The Testament Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 46-48 Summary

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Chapters 46-48 Summary

Back at the cottage, Nate and Phil shared a cup of hot cocoa. They had developed a close friendship and Nate was confiding in him regularly. Their friendship was so well solidified that they were at ease in the silences as well as in the conversations. Nate talked of going on a road trip. He wanted to see his children again and apologize for not being a better father. Now that he was sober and honestly examining his life, he had to come to terms with his faults. He caused the poor relations that he now experienced with his family. He knew that he would not be received warmly but he hoped to begin again and earn their trust and affection. After Phil went home for the evening, Nate wrote a letter to Rachel. In the stillness of the cottage, he was compelled to write...

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