Tinkers - Chapter 3 Pages 150-156 Summary & Analysis

Paul Harding
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Chapter 3 Pages 150-156 Summary

Howard imagines that the Indian that he thinks he sees is the same one that repairs his father's canoe annually. The two men that pick Howard up in the woods, Ed and Rafe, drop him off at the junction of the two tote roads. Howard thinks that his unconsciousness is when he had his first epileptic seizure. When Howard arrives home with caked blood on him, his mother cleans him up.

Chapter 3 Pages 150-156 Analysis

Howard describes the loss he experienced of his own father. He realizes now as an adult that his own children are experiencing the slow loss of their father that he felt about his own father. Howard wants to spare his children of his further deterioration, so he leaves them. His children end up believing that he left for a different reason - his own...

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