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Parable of the Sower Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16 Summary

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Chapter 16 Summary

Monday, August 2, 2027. Lauren's first day is crammed with learning new knowledge. She experiences how hard it is to walk long distances when one is only used to walking around a few neighborhood streets. Sucking on a pit or pebble helps to stave off thirst. It is safer to maintain an overnight camp without a fire because you are harder to spot. Despite this last bit of new knowledge, the three occasionally build a fire, which is illegal, in order to cook a hot meal. Lauren and Harry impulsively want to trust people who come to check them out at night or to ask to share. Zahra keeps the two from doing so, and Lauren quickly picks up the "trust no one" survival instinct. Harry has more trouble doing so, as protected as he and Lauren were in their walled-off neighborhood.

Harry keeps arguing about the...

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