Animal Dreams - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Codi lost a baby when she was fifteen years old. The father was Loyd Peregrina, an Apache, who was a senior; they had a total of four dates. She didn't tell him about the baby. She didn't even tell Hallie or her father. In fact, she believes that no one knows except herself.

Chapter 6 Analysis

The loss of Codi's baby is the event that was foreshadowed by the effort to save the lives of the coyote babies. The fact that Codi endured the life-scarring incident of losing a baby alone underscores the sense of alienation that Kingsolver has given to this character. It will be important as we seek to determine the theme of the story.

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