Go and Come Back - Chapters Thirteen - Fifteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Thirteen - Fifteen Summary

Chapter Thirteen: Shortly after the white ladies return to the village the rains start, and work on their house stops. One day Joanna asks Alicia why her feet itch all the time, and Alicia asks if she has been walking barefoot in the mud. When she says that she has been, Alicia tells her that she now has worm eggs in her feet. Eventually the eggs will hatch and the worms will travel to her stomach. When Joanna becomes upset, Alicia tells her that everyone in the village has worms in their stomach, and that when the eggs hatch her feet won't itch anymore. When Joanna looks even more unhappy, Alicia reminds her that she can take the worm medicine that she and Margarita have been giving the villagers, and that will kill the worms. Joanna breathes...

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