Etta and Otto and Russell and James - Chapters 17, 18, 19 and 20 Summary & Analysis

Emma Hooper
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In Chapter 17, Etta and Bryony cross into New Brunswick. Etta tells Bryony that she has fourteen siblings. A few nights later, Bryony awakens in the middle of the night to see that Etta is in extreme ear pain and says that her head is on fire. Etta talks and talks about the past, thinking that Owen is following her, and finally Bryony walks the both of them to a care facility where she tells the reception nurse that Etta has lost herself. Once Etta is checked in, Bryony leaves. Etta asks about her army buddies, and the nurse helps get her into bed. Etta sleeps all night. When she awakens, she thinks she is Otto. She moves a chair toward the window to look out at the night. A nurse checks on her, and she answers as if she is Otto.

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