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Caucasia Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

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Chapter 7 Summary

For four years, Birdie and Sandy run between motels and communes, joining other women without documents. They stay longest at Aurora, a commune for women in upstate New York. They linger there only because Sandy finds "Sapphic bliss" with Bernadette, an Australian woman who rides a Harley. Most other places they leave after a few months. Despite Sandy's assurances that there are hundreds, many thousands, of others just like them, Birdie and Sandy are alone.

Mother and daughter live on the money Grandma Logan gave them on their last visit with Cole, then on a savings bond Sandy cashes and then on the proceeds from selling the Logan family silver. When that's gone, Sandy begins tutoring children with dyslexia. In her spare time, Sandy home schools Birdie. Sandy's lessons don't include textbooks or equations. Mum simply barks questions at Birdie across the table. Sandy is great at...

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