Where the Lilies Bloom - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Roy Luther has a terrible attack of illness, but he refuses to see a doctor, because one killed his mother. This attack has altered the look of his face, and he can no longer speak. After four of five days, Romey, his ten-year-old son, goes to work in the fields, himself. When he returns to the house, Romey mentions to Mary Call that he has not seen Kiser in a couple of days and believes he might be sick. Later, Romey and Mary Call go out to pick some lambs' ears for dinner. On the way back, they are caught in the rain and take shelter on Kiser's porch. All his windows are open, letting in the rain, so they look inside and see him passed out on the davenport. He does not wake up when they enter the house, and they can...

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