Prodigal Summer: A Novel - Chapters 22, 23, and 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22, 23, and 24 Summary

In Chapter Twenty-Two, Deanna is trying to keep herself busy with work, but she cannot stay focused. Eddie is reading her thesis, which makes her as nervous as when her professors read it. She does not know what he will do or what she wants him to do when he is done reading the thesis. What does she want him to do? That was the big question. She is still very emotional for no reason and quickly exhausted. When she hears thunder, she heads back to the cabin in time to watch the snake from the attic slither out and disappear into the grass. At this, her questions stopped; it did not matter what answer she would come to. Creatures live, mate, and die, like the seasons pass. They would go their own ways when it was time.

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