Animal Dreams - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

There is no word of Hallie, and the women begin a letter-writing campaign to try to get some publicity going so that pressure might be brought by someone to obtain her freedom. Codi does not go to her father's house any longer. They are incapable of comforting one another. She has dreams of a Hallie who is still a child.

The Stitch and Bitch Club has become so wealthy from the pisatas that they have to open a bank account. Besides, contributions are pouring in from all over the country for their cause. They decide to use their money to get the town and its trees declared a historic preserve and seek to have it listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Such landmarks are protected from the onslaught of industry, and listing would protect it from demolition or other negative impact...

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