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Dreams of Joy: A Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Four: The Dragon Rises: Chapters 24 - 26 Summary

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Part Four: The Dragon Rises: Chapters 24 - 26 Summary

Pearl: After returning home from work one evening, Pearl is delighted to learn that a package from Joy has arrived. She is confused by the chicken feathers in the envelope and asks Dun, who immediately recognizes the feathers as an urgent distress call. She and Dun race to find Z.G knowing that he will find a way to have Joy's film developed that night. In the final photograph on the role, Pearl sees the ghostly skeleton that is her daughter. She barely recognizes Joy, and knows that she must get the commune immediately. It is Z.G. who concocts the plan: in the morning, he will get permission to visit the "model mural" at the Green Dragon Commune. From there, he will sneak Joy and the baby out of the village by hiding them...

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