White Noise - Book 1: Chapter 19 - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1: Chapter 19 - Chapter 20 Summary

Bee's presence makes Jack feel self-conscious at times. She discusses Tweedy's behavior with Jack, saying that she doesn't have anything to live for in her life and has no identity. Bee watches as Denise and Steffie argue over taking a bath, and Jack drives her to the airport the next morning. After he drops her off, he visits the Old Burying Ground in the Blacksmith Village and waits to feel the presence of the dead. Mr. Treadwell's sister Gladys dies suddenly of lingering dread from being abandoned. Jack reads the obituaries and questions how other great men felt right before they died. Babette tells Jack that their life is good. He then questions again what will happen if he dies before Babette. Murray comes over to watch TV with the kids. Heinrich argues with Jack that he...

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