The Worst Hard Time - Chapters 24 - 25 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Timothy Egan
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Chapter 24: Cornhusker III

Don Hartwell was still debating about staying or leaving. He concluded that it just didn’t rain in Inavale. He had lost more animals and he and his wife weren’t making enough money to keep them afloat. In August, Don wrote that his wife had an offer from a friend in Colorado to come there and open a restaurant with her. Don wrote that they’d have to do something fairly soon. In September he wrote the he wasn’t feeling well but attributed it to stress. In November he cut down a dying tree that he had planted more than 20 years ago. They had lost all their hogs and cattle. They had no place to go.

The communities all around Don were failing and collapsing. Don wrote that conditions were causing people to become remote, violent...

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