The Twelve-Mile Straight - Chapter 35 - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Eleanor Henderson
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Chapter 35 opens from Ketty’s perspective, at the beginning of her pregnancy. The first person she told was George. She told him she didn’t want a doctor to touch her. The next night, she told Juke. She assured both George and Juke that the baby was Sterling’s. Sterling was thrilled. Ketty was not, but thought that it was at least nice that the child would grow up with Jessa’s child. She still remembered sitting with Jessa and talking about babies. Once, after Jessa died, Ketty had taken out one of her dresses, and worn it herself. Juke had raped her for the first time. Usually, he asked if she wanted to have sex, and was nice.

One of the cows was pregnant, too. Ketty knew the pregnant cow was sick — and that the milk was poison — but considered giving...

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