True Places - Chapters 25 - 30 Summary & Analysis

Sonja Yoerg
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In “Chapter 25”, Whit took Iris to the site of one of his housing developments on a farm. Iris questioned him about why he was developing houses for people who already had homes and he told her it was because people wanted bigger ones. She asked him where the food that the farm had produced would come from and rather than get into food politics. He told her farming had become more efficient so less land was needed. Since Suzanne had found her, Iris had come to see her parents had not been right about everything. She enjoyed some of the modern conveniences she had been exposed to but continued to think that some of the costs of convenience were too great. That night, she left the house to go to the woods and look for Ash. She ran away from a man she...

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