Edna in the Desert - Chapters 25, Darker Days – Chapter 27, Edna Leaves the Desert Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25, Darker Days – Edna continues tending to chores around the cabin as the summer draws to a close. She has nightmares about torture based on her grandfather’s wartime experiences. Edna decides she has to talk to Johnny but is unable to reach him. She begins to wonder if her grandfather wants to go somewhere, too, but is unable to do so. She wonders if he might like a ride in the Bronco.

Chapter 26, Grandpa’s Outing – Grandma, Grandpa, and Edna go to church for Grandpa’s outing. Everyone is thrilled to see them. Edna, who is not religious, begins to pay attention to the pastor’s sermon, intrigued by what he is saying about being good and how it is hard to do the right thing and be good. It is hard to resist temptation, the...

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