To the End of the Land - Section 9: The Walk, pages 514-553 Summary & Analysis

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Section 9: The Walk, pages 514-553 Summary

When Avram asks about what Ora and Ilan changed in his mother's house after they bought it, Ora explains they barely changed anything, but she tells him about the beautiful bed that Ofer built in high school. Ofer spent ten months designing and constructing the bed and then decided to give it to his parents, saying he would build one for himself when he married. As Ora and Avram begin walking down the mountain toward Shibli, Avram suddenly announces that he likes Ofer, and Ora is stunned because there is still so much he does not know about their son. She recounts how Ofer restored a decrepit well near Beit Nekofa with his family's help. As pain burns through her, Ora worries that she is wrong; "perhaps the more stories she tells Avram about Ofer...

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