Edna in the Desert - Chapters 13, Oasis – Chapter 18, Souvenirs Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, Oasis – Johnny drives Edna to the oasis and resort. Compared to town, it is bright and beautiful. Edna is amazed. Johnny’s family actually owns the place. His aunt lives on a houseboat at one end of the water. Johnny explains the oasis in the mural is a different one from the one at the resort. The mural oasis has gone dry. Johnny also explains his family has been delivering groceries to Grandma and Grandpa for years, and that like Grandpa, a Vietnam War veteran, there are lots of veterans living in the area. Two young couples, Bob and Susan, and Sherry and William, invite Johnny and Edna to play volleyball with them. But the men are high and rude, so Johnny decides to leave. When Bob tells Johnny to pop Edna’s cherry, Johnny punches him in the face...

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