Animal Dreams - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

One of Codi's students is pregnant with twins and is dropping out of school. Codi reacts by announcing an unscheduled unit on birth control. The students warn her that she will be fired, but she tells them that she will be finished as soon as the year is over anyway. They are going to study the reproductive system of higher mammals.

Meanwhile, there are signs that Doc Homer is becoming unstable, but Codi finds that the women in Grace are seeing that he has plenty to eat.

The title of this part of the book is Day of the Dead, an important Mexican holiday that is an annual celebration in Grace. Codi remembers coming to the celebrations as a small child until her father prohibited the girls from coming anymore. The graves are decorated with marigolds.

Ground has been broken for the dam...

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