Pax - Chapters 16, 17, and 18 Summary & Analysis

Sara Pennypacker
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After two days of working Peter hard with his crutches, Vola decided it was time to tell Peter about the third condition. She pointed toward the barn and told him he was going to work some puppets for her. She removed the piece of burlap from the wall that had covered what he thought were human heads the first day he had been with Vola. Now he saw that they were very lifelike marionettes. There were several humans as well as animals. One was a bird that had a wing span of almost five feet.

She told him the story of how she killed an enemy soldier during war. She remembered this particular soldier because she had to search him after he was dead. Instead of looking for weapons, she found herself trying to find out what had made that soldier an individual...

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