Prodigal Summer: A Novel - Chapters 16, 17 and 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16, 17 and 18 Summary

In Chapter Sixteen, Deanna is stopped in her tracks by a copperhead. Soon the copperhead slithers into the grass, and Deanna heads back to the cabin. It is starting to rain. On her way she hears a vehicle. It is only the Forest Service jeep and its occupant, Jerry. He gives her a ride back to the cabin, with her wondering the entire time if Jerry had met Eddie while he was there dropping off her mail and supplies. As they arrive at the cabin, Jerry tells Deanna he had met her boyfriend. When she says he is not her boyfriend, Jerry reminds her of the condoms laying on her bed and she is mortified. Jerry says he is glad she is not alone, that he and the other park employees worry about her. After she has given Jerry her requisition...

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