Into the Forest - Pages 51 – 100 Summary & Analysis

Jean Hegland
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Nell reflects on going to play with Eva in the woods when they were little, which their father allowed but their mother worried about because of things like wild pigs. Nell reflects on how, when Eva turned to dance, she turned away from the woods. In the present, the roof continues to leak. Nell and Eva must work together to unclog the spring water tank to restore water to the house. It helps Nell feel a connection to her father. She recalls how she, Eva, and their father would go into Redwood once a week to run errands, and how she and Eva would always visit the Uptown Café, where local kids their age hung out before going over to the Plaza, a kind of town square and park where Nell had her first taste of alcohol. Nell remembers how they continued to go...

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