Leaving Time - Part 2: Chapter 21; Jenna — Chapter 23; Serenity Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 21, Jenna uses her knowledge that few people pay attention to her to get on a Greyhound bus without having to pay the fare. She is going to the Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee because she knows that is one place that Gideon stopped after he left New Hampshire. Just more than a day after she left New Hampshire, Jenna arrives in Nashville. She hides in the bed of a truck bound for Columbia, which she has learned is close to Hohenwald. A little boy is the only one who notices her but she claims to be playing hide and seek.

In Chapter 22, Alice describes the mating rituals of elephants. She wonders if the younger female elephants learn the estrus song from their mothers. She also wonders if the younger elephants learn from their mothers’ mistakes.

In Chapter 23, Serenity admits...

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