On Such a Full Sea - Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 begins with Fan traveling through the settlements that inspired the design of the Charters. She travels on foot and is struck by a car, ending up in a ditch filled with rain-water. Quig and Loreen, the people who hit her, stop, thinking they’ve hit a deer or a dog. They mistake her for a little girl. Quig declares that he won’t nurse her back to health, but Loreen convinces him otherwise. When Quig lifts Fan out of the ditch, she passes out from the pain of her leg injury. She comes to and announces that she’s going to be sick. She vomits on Quig’s shoes when they pull over. They take her to their home in one of the county settlements called the Smokes. Quig gives Fan an injection for the pain. She dreams of being cradled by...

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