Animal Dreams - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26 Summary

Hallie is buried in Nicaragua, a choice she expressed when she was alive, but Codi feels the need to have a funeral in Grace. She plans and conducts one under plum trees they played under as children. She brings an old afghan that Uda Dell crocheted for them after their mother died, and on it, all the people who knew Hallie place something that was hers. Codi realizes that they were not alone without family while they grew up. The whole town looked after them and cared about them.

Chapter 26 Analysis

This chapter is the climax of the action in this story. The struggle within Codi has been about her need for a nurturing family that she felt had been denied her growing up in Grace. She had a father who had no interest in nurturing and made her feel like an outsider...

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