Weathering: A Novel - Chapters 30-38 Summary & Analysis

Lucy Wood
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Chapter 30 returns to Pearl calling out Frank’s name in the snow. She tries to remember his skin and his eye color. She remembers asking Frank about his dreams and telling him that she dreamed she was on an island and climbing a tree. She thinks of how small Ada looked as an infant in Frank’s arms and how he would sing to her. Frank complains about the sound of the river to Pearl and tells her that he is going to go out for milk. Pearl tells him she will go. He asks how she will get there and she tells him she will walk. When she returns, she finds Frank gone, an extra blanket tucked on Ada, and milk in the refrigerator. He takes his wallet, but leaves the bank book. Pearl looks around and realizes she is 45 and on...

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