Animal Dreams - Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 27 Summary

Codi folds in the corners of the afghan and takes it to Doc Homer's house. She takes him into the garden in the back, which was Hallie's when she was growing up. She digs a hole and puts the bundle in it. She and her father, whose mind weaves back and forth between past and present, talk about their past. She tells him that she has told Loyd about the baby, that they have gone to the riverbed where she buried it and that he is sad. It hadn't occurred to her that he would be sad. She says that they might have another baby.

Chapter 27 Analysis

Denouement (pronounced day-noo-mah) is the portion of the action following the climax, which resolves the conflicts, where the story unwinds and comes to its end. This chapter begins the denouement of this story about the need...

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