Agenda 21 - Chapters 37 and 38 Summary & Analysis

Glenn Beck
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In Chapter 37, Emmeline and David are still arguing. Emmeline asks what good it does for her to not know anything. She then proceeds to throw her nourishment cube because she is so angry. Emmeline is still very upset, and David sits next to her to comfort her. She’s tired, and he convinces her to drink some water.

She confesses that it is Lizzie who has been telling her about her family, and David apologizes, saying that he hates that she had to hear it from Lizzie. David says maybe secrets were her parents' way of protecting her. David promises to tell her everything as soon as she has rested. She sleeps on the mat, remembering all the things Mother hid for her and how she hasn’t told David yet.

In Chapter 38, Emmeline can’t sleep well because of all the memories...

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