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The Log Cabin in Shiloh
from a kit.?Leroy has grown to appreciate how things are put together? Leroy is longing for a complete relationship with Norma Jean, one in which he feels needed and wanted by her, as he does not feel now. She desires more from the world, something Leroy cannot give her and does not want to attempt. S and Norma Jean? It appears that she has never been entirely contented with their marriage. The response that Norma. T think she even wants.
He is finally available to work full time on their marriage since he will not be gone as often. Leroy has never been able to give Norma Jean what she wanted. This is when he realizes that their relationship is not going to be mended like new, or shaped into the mold he has been so desperately trying to fit it into. But there is a disruption and he forgets what or why he needed to tell her. The grapes of Wrath and The Migrant Situation of the 1930s Log Cabin In?Shiloh?
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