Tinkers - Chapter 2 Pages 71-90 Summary & Analysis

Paul Harding
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Chapter 2 Pages 71-90 Summary

It is the Monday after the Friday when Howard had the seizure in the field. George is starting the morning chores. He thinks about the ache and resentment in his heart, but how feeling means he is alive and well. His father, Howard, on the other hand feels the resentment in heart, but thinks of it as a punishment from God. Then, Howard has another seizure.

George recalls the house he grew up in was decrepit and leaned to one side. When George describes his current home, it is orderly and everything seems to be in working condition. Primarily, the items George buys for the home might not be brand new, but he refinishes and fixes the items to make them usable.

Howard witnesses George one day leaning over something in the woods. When George goes into the house...

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