Tinkers - Chapter 2 Pages 91-113 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Pages 91-113 Summary

The morning after Christmas, Kathleen walks George to the doctor. When they arrive at the doctor's house, the house is gone and there is a huge hole in the earth, where the house used to be. As they continue to walk toward the town, West Cover, they comes across the doctor's house being moved on logs pulled by oxen. The doctor is there supervising the movers so she shows the doctor George's hand. The doctor assumes George was bit by a dog.

He says George needs some stitches for the deeper cuts. He also says George's hand will be sore, and that George might still feel it when he is old. The doctor sends George to a nearby truck to warm up while Kathleen talks to the doctor. George sees his mother crying, which is a first for him...

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