Endangered - Part 6, Chapters 23 - 26 Summary & Analysis

Eliot Schrefer
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Part Six is titled “What Remained Inside.” Chapter Twenty-three opens with Sophie trying to get away from the city. Sophie lost her bag when she was fighting her way through the men at the restaurant, meaning she has no way to purify water. Otto drinks from a stream, but Sophie decides she should wait.

She stumbles along a river and it's not until after daylight arrives that she discovers dozens of dead bodies along the water's edge. She worries about Otto, knowing that he drank that water. Later in the day, he begins having diarrhea. He's soon in a desperate situation, losing fluids rapidly. Sophie finds some guava leaves and, remembering that Mama Marie-France had chewed up the leaves as a cure for diarrhea, does so for Otto. That night, Sophie stretches her t-shirt out and collects dew on it. She wrings...

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