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To Whose Country Have I Come? Chapter 7 Summary

The story transitions into Maureen's recovery in this section as she slowly evolves from the catatonic state, which has imprisoned her for the last year. Maureen can begin to hear and understand the voices in the house and those sounds are interwoven with flashbacks of the night that Pat beat her. Loretta's brother, Brock, has come for a visit and talks to Maureen and spends much time with her, which helps her to reconnect with the family again.

In attempts to make his way back from Texas to Michigan, Jules takes a series of temporary jobs and sends word back to Loretta through a series of letters. The first letter comes from Houston, where Jules thinks he has a promising real estate career but that falls through and eventually, Jules finds himself in Tulsa as...

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