Animal Dreams - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

The second Tucson excursion fills two chartered buses. Husbands and children get into the act, as well as Codi's high school class. Codi has written the sad story of the threat to Grace, and it is rolled into a scroll and placed in the beak of each pisata. Codi does not go to Tucson, but she and Loyd spend the next few days alone roaming the solitary countryside. This chapter describes in detail the picturesque landscape of that part of New Mexico.

Loyd and his brother were twins, which are considered bad luck in the pueblo. Loyd confesses that he has given up cockfighting for good because of what she said about it. He tells Codi how his brother died. They were too young to be on their own with no one to look after them, and they got into trouble. He died...

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