Etta and Otto and Russell and James - Chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

Emma Hooper
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Etta can no longer wear her boots because her feet are swollen and beginning to bleed. One night she dreams about water and boats. In one dream, there are boys who tell her she is in no place for a woman. When Etta wakes the next morning, a coyote is licking the blood from her feet, and it follows her into town and into a shoe store where she buys some athletic shoes. The coyote follows Etta when she leaves the store, and she names him James. The next morning, Etta asks James if he will be following her for her whole journey, but he is not sure.

Otto is becoming gaunt from not eating properly. He decides to make Etta's cinnamon roll recipe, but it fails miserably. After a couple more days and some more attempts, Otto makes rolls that are still...

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