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Pictures of Hollis Woods Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 14: Chapter 15 and Chapter 16 Summary

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Section 14: Chapter 15 and Chapter 16 Summary

In chapter fifteen, Hollis recalls Beatrice saying that art is a language one has to learn to speak as she stands outside in the freezing cold. Hearing a saw in the distance, she realizes it is a snowmobile on the other side of the mountain. Back inside, she looks at her pictures from the summer and her pictures of Josie. She knows Josie belongs at home, by the ocean, with Beatrice, and Hollis knows what she has to do; she must call Beatrice and beg her to come home and stay with Josie. Looking at her pictures of the summer, she sees what she forgot. All of her pictures show how much the Old Man loves Steven, and Hollis wonders how she had drawn it but not seen it. Realizing the Old Man was going to love Steven whether she was...

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