All the Birds, Singing - Section Six: Chapters 18-21 Summary & Analysis

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In Australia, Jake learns from her friend Karen that an Aboriginal prostitute has been killed. Karen is stressed out and insists that they have other options and will be able to escape from this life. Jake has a customer, Otto, who is much nicer than the other men who pay to have sex with her. Otto tells her about his sheep station and Jake thinks it sounds nice. Otto invites her to come along and Jake leaves some money and a note behind for Karen. She knows she'll understand--they're both just looking for a way out.

In England, Jake realized she was missing another sheep. One of the sheep got caught in the fence so she cut it free. She noticed Lloyd digging and found him burying apple seeds. He confided that he had gone from place to place, burying the...

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