Animal Dreams - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

Codi confronts her father about the tombstone with his name on it. He is having trouble distinguishing between the present and the past, and she doesn't get an answer. She is wearing boots, and in his struggle to distinguish between the present and the past, the cowboy boots that Uda Dell gave them when they were children and that he did not permit them to wear replace the image he sees of his older daughter today.

Chapter 15 Analysis

The protagonist in this story is Codi, and the antagonist is her father, at least as far as the major plot is concerned. Readers are only in the minds of these two characters, so this is where the plot must unfold. While there are other conflicts, these are the major ones. The plot is primarily internal; it is only external in that Codi and her father, particularly in the...

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