Edna in the Desert - Chapters 7, Exile – Chapter 12, The Next Delivery Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, Exile – Edna finds adjusting to life at the cabin to be difficult, for she often has long stretches of time with nothing to do. Edna learns the area in which her grandparents live is called Dream Valley. Edna spends much of her spare time daydreaming. On the phone with her father, Edna decides to make him feel guilty by referring to the place as a shack and the potential for her to die. Edward is unmoved, even when Edna cries. She annoyed that she isn’t getting much of what she wants lately.

Chapter 8 – Edna comes to realize that the pantry is the most private place her grandparents could have let her sleep, and she becomes grateful for it. Edna is moved by the strength of the pioneer women she reads about, who left comfortable lives for the...

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