Lila - Section 12: pages 154-166 Summary & Analysis

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Halfway home, Lila returns to the cabin and leaves her coat with the boy, and as she walks home in the cold, she thinks of searching for Doll in the cornfield after she disappeared from jail and wishes she had made the boy come home with her. When she stops at the church to get warm, she realizes the Reverend could borrow a car to retrieve the boy, but he is not in his office or at home, so she crawls into bed to get warm, though she stays cold and worries if her baby feels the cold and worries about being born to a woman who cannot offer comfort.

Lila wakes to her husband's relief to find her at home, and he confesses that he heard she was at the cabin and found the boy in her coat when he searched...

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