The Twelve-Mile Straight - Chapters 32 - 34 Summary & Analysis

Eleanor Henderson
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Chapter 32 — Oliver painted over a racial slur someone had pointed on their front stairs before Elma or Nan had a chance to read them.

Later that morning, Parthenia arrived at the house with her driver, Frank. Nan stayed in the back with Frank. He told her about his family, played with Wilson, and invited her to his grandmother’s house, sometime.

Meanwhile, Elma greeted Parthenia skeptically, asking if she was ready to meet Winna now that they lived in a nicer neighborhood. Parthenia said she came to call because she wanted to warn Elma to watch out for her father. She suspected George’s plot to hire Sterling as a hitman.

Later the same day, Oliver briefly considered suicide. His father was in more debt than he realized, leaving Oliver unsure how they would manage. Instead, he thought look at George Wilson’s...

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