Prodigal Summer: A Novel - Chapters 13, 14, and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13, 14, and 15 Summary

In Chapter Thirteen, Eddie and Deanna are hiking through a maze of horizontal trees. They are searching for mushrooms, which Deanna know are not in season, but it is what Eddie wants to do. While Eddie is here she will do what he wants and use this as an excuse to ignore her work. They suddenly hear a noise, a man in a tree above them. It is Sam Hill, someone with whom Deanna had gone to high school. He is obviously hunting and knows he has been caught. She feels sorry for this overweight version of the basketball player he had once been. She is kind but firm and he finally leaves. Eddie has hidden himself this entire time and comes out of hiding, impressed with how she handled the situation. Eddie has a hard time picturing Deanna living a...

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