Animal Dreams - Chapter 17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17 Summary

The Stitch and Bitch Club is making work-of-art peacock pisatas to sell on the streets of Tucson to raise money to fight the mining company. Codi persuades Emelina to go along. All pisatas are sold by day's end at much higher prices than expected, and another selling trip is planned in ten days with 500 pisatas at a fixed price of $60 apiece.

Codi and Emelina stay with Carlo in the house where he and Codi and Hallie lived. Codi and Carlo talk about the possibility of moving in together. The women appear on television, identified as the Peacock Ladies selling Southwestern art. The trip to Tucson and her old house make Codi realize how aimless her life is and how she can't seem to change that.

Chapter 17 Analysis

The secondary plot - the effort to rescue Grace from the mining company - comes to the fore in this...

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