Animal Dreams - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

All Souls Day arrives again, and Codi is tending and decorating the graves of the Nolina family, including her father. She reflects that the Nolina family was exhumed and moved several times but that it stayed together, at least in death.

Codi is pregnant, and Viola takes her to the site where the helicopter came to pick up her mother. Viola held her hand that day, and she holds it now as they return to the site. Codi writes letters to Hallie that are not mailed. She ponders the wonder of bearing a child and realizes that she is not that much concerned anymore with being someone else's child.

Chapter 28 Analysis

The theme of this story is the importance of family and having a sense of place in the development of a whole human being. It's impossible to think about family without thinking...

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