Caucasia - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Dot uses a school identification card among Birdie’s things to track down and call Sandy. She hands the phone to Birdie, and Sandy immediately begins to scold and curse Birdie for running away, demanding that she return. Birdie refuses, and Dot suggests that they talk again later, after Birdie has had time to think.

Dot and Birdie discuss Dot’s views on life and on color. They are very different from her father’s—much more positive. Dot says everyone’s soul has a distinct color, and pronounces her own soul as deep red.

Feeling restless after a few days at Dot’s, Birdie starts trying to look up old friends. She locates Ali Boardman, her almost-boyfriend from Nkrumah, whose father, Ronnie, was Deck’s best friend. They meet at a pizza shop, and Birdie gets updates on some of their old friends from Nkrumah...

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