The Unquiet Earth: A Novel - Study Guide Chapter 7: Number Thirteen 1963-1968 Summary & Analysis

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Rachel, 1963

Rachel hears on the radio that President Kennedy has been shot and killed. She wonders if Dillon hears the news where he is serving five years in the federal penitentiary in Atlanta. Rachel and Jackie go to the trial and afterward, Jackie is quite upset. Dillon doesn't write Rachel or Jackie which hurts them both. Jackie is glad Kennedy was shot. He's the one who put Dillon in jail. The trial had been US vs. Dillon Freeman.

Jackie, 1963-64

Jackie learns that there is a big difference between sixth and seventh grade. The boys had liked the smart girls in sixth grade but like the girls who have grown big chests over the summer in the seventh grade. Jackie can't even fit in a training bra but she is getting all As and Bs. She and her friend, Brenda, are...

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