Endangered - Part 2, Chapters 6 - 7 Summary & Analysis

Eliot Schrefer
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Part Two is titled “A Country No More.” Chapter Six opens with Sophie admitting that she was torn between worry about the state of affairs in the Congo and her happiness at watching Otto as he became healthy and happy. He becomes full of life and fun. He sometimes steals a magazine, hides it, then laughs about his action and finally showing Sophie the hiding place. His lab results are finally returned and he's free of disease. As he becomes healthier, Patrice decides Otto is probably closer to four years old and is just small because of his rough treatment.

Sophie begins trying to introduce him to the other young bonobos but he becomes upset so she continues to spend time alone with him. One day, Sophie and Otto are walking along the drive to the sanctuary when they encounter four men...

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