Etta and Otto and Russell and James - Chapters 13, 14, 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

Emma Hooper
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In Chapter 13, Otto continues to make paper-mache figures that now extend into his yard where people go by slowly to view them. At last, Etta and James reach a town, and Etta finds a gas station and inquires about any nearby grocery stores. The attendant calls her by name, recognizing her from all the newspaper publicity she has received. Etta is also recognized in the grocery store, and some of the employees pose for a picture with her. One of the employees gives Etta a small paper crane which he wants Etta to carry with her as if some part of them were accompanying her on her journey.

In the past, Etta took Otto to the teacher's cottage when he was home on leave, being careful to avoid his family or anyone who might alert his family that he was home. They made...

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