Animal Dreams - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Homer Noline's name is not his original one. He has changed it at some time in the past. He grew up in Grace, not in Illinois. He and Alice, his wife, eloped because her family did not find him acceptable. The Nolinas, the Nolines' original name, were the offspring of the auburn-haired sister and never amounted to much. They were the black sheep of the families of the Gracela sisters.

Now Dr. Noline forces himself to remember dates to combat the creep of Alzheimer's and to help keep his mind active and working. He is also remembering when Codi lost the baby nearly twenty years ago. In a house where it was forbidden, she locked herself in the bathroom. She asked Hallie to bring her a particular sweater. Then he heard her scrubbing, and he heard the toilet flushing more than two dozen...

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