Prodigal Summer: A Novel - Chapters 25, 26, and 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 25, 26, and 27 Summary

In Chapter Twenty-Five, the first cold, fall-like day, Deanna would remember for eternity; she is rejoining the world of the living but would never forget the touch of Eddie Bondo, not only for the feelings she had for him, but because she realizes she would soon be having his child. She does not know how she did not see the signs in her body, but she can partially blame it on never having a mother and only a brief discussion about the birds and bees with Nannie Rawley. Deanna writes a letter to Nannie Rawley asking is she and another could stay with her starting in September.

In Chapter Twenty-Six, Garnett is driving home from town and sees what looks like a dog cross the road in front of him, only it is no dog. He continues to drive and is...

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