The Bean Trees - Study Guide Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Esteban and Esperanza become more and more relaxed as they drive deeper into Cherokee territory. They begin to encounter very few white faces, and it is obvious that Esteban and Esperanza have missed feeling like they belong while living in Tucson. Taylor is feeling better about Oklahoma than she had been on her first trip. She realizes she had been hasty in her earlier attitude towards Oklahoma. As they were driving along, Turtle suddenly yells, "Mama." They were passing a cemetery. Turtle and Esperanza were inseparable. Taylor really warms up to Oklahoma when they arrive at Lake o' the Cherokees and she spies the forests and hills. The group sit on the porch and watch Turtle play in the flowers by the creek. Esteban risks a dunking to grab a couple flowers for the two women. Even Esperanza laughs when he soaks one leg up...

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