Animal Dreams - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

Codi starts asking questions and finds that her mother died due to childbirth after Hallie was born. Codi resembles her mother, whose name was Althea, not Alice, which her father called her. She is now determined to get the truth about her family from her father.

Codi is invited to speak to the Stitch and Bitch Club regarding the pH of the river. She explains the problem and its cause. They ask whether the river can recover, and she assures them that it can because the water that flows in from the mountains is pure. Rather than accept that the situation is hopeless as the men have, the women are determined to find a solution.

A letter from Hallie tells of atrocities and asks Codi to listen for news about what the U.S. government is doing in Nicaragua and to let her...

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