"Residents of Dish feel change in air. A mother directs her four children about the living room, helping each to comb through an assortment of papers, books, blankets and clothing. One child closes a cardboard box and carries it upstairs to a spare bedroom, already stacked high with boxes and plastic bins filled with shoes, craft supplies and keepsakes. The door to the adjacent room the library remains shut, the books since removed from shelves and poured into boxes that fill the room. More boxes spill out into the upstairs hallway."