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They felt more comfortable the more time they spent with the black people. For the first half of the work, the family lives in various mining towns on the West Coast of America.
Welch turns out to be more depressing than any of them wants to admit. She told her mother to get out of bed and if everyone pretended they were sick the schools would be empty. She asked for him to stop drinking.
Lori loved Freddy The Pig and all the Oz books. In New York City, Jeannette is surprised how quickly she is able to find a job and get work as a reporter, which is her goal in life.
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He was immensely proud that he had a daughter studying at an Ivy League college. Rex and Rose Mary came home when Erma greeted them at the door explaining her false side of the story. Playing around with different liquids and the bottles, Jeannette threw in a match and it burst into flames. Dad, with a lifetime of chain-smoking and drinking, is dying although he is barely sixty years old. Lori loved science-fiction novels, especially The Lord of the Rings. That was the thing about the hospital. Rex asked her what she wanted most that he could do for her.
She thinks maybe his family can help them out. Lori ended up with blisters along her thighs. The sooner, the better. The children were confused and Jeannette, most of all, was stunned to find that he went back to booze.
On their way there, Rex wanted to show off and floored the car to the point beyond repair. This is another example of hypocrisy.
The glass castle chapter 10 summary
That Christmas Jeannette bought her father warm clothes and when he opened the present he said she must be ashamed of him and walked out. He called Jeannette from time to time and said how he enjoyed his work and was staying sober. He came in to the house in a rage looking for Rose Mary. He won the money at poker and both parents insisted she take it. While living in the desert Jeannette begins a rock collection and explores the natural and man-made features of the environment with her brother Brian. The Walls opens the door to her childhood, beginning when Jeannette is three-year-old and standing on a chair to reach the stovetop as she boils her own hotdog. Rex said it was her liver that gave out whereas Rose Mary believes she drank herself to death. On their way there, Rex wanted to show off and floored the car to the point beyond repair. Later, her and Jeannette moved to an apartment in the South Bronx. Maureen had gotten in contact with Rose Mary telling her she was thinking of coming back for a visit. Was also good at inventing things. She asked Jeannette to borrow money from her husband.
She had an obsession with fire.
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