On Such a Full Sea - Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 begins with the narrator considering change and hope and the rarity of contemplating being a free as Fan. The focus returns to Fan after being attacked by Mister Leo. Miss Cathy hit him over the head with a stone statuette when he attacked Fan. The blow to the head caused brain damage and Mister Leo is now wheelchair bound and needs to be cared for and fed. The wound wasn’t noticeable and his condition was mistaken for a stroke. Mister Leo had enough money to provide for them and his care. His caretaker is named Tico. Miss Cathy agrees to honor the deal Mister Leo made with Quig and gives Loreen a second set of vials for Sewey’s treatment as well as money.

Fan stays with Miss Cathy. They go shopping and Fan gets a stylish haircut. Fan is secretly...

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