Sarah Canary - Section iii, chapters 5-6; section iv, chapters 7-8 Summary & Analysis

Karen Joy Fowler
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Section iii begins with the story of a young boy who went missing from Winnipeg and was found months later having been cared for by a female badger. Before the incident, the boy was introverted, but returned extroverted. Other nature studies are referenced, including an aquarium that was built in 1872, how baby alligators became fashionable; the alligators died within a few weeks of purchase and were then turned into jewelry.

Chapter five, titled “The Story of Su Tung-P’O, opens with Chin observing nature, from trees and ants to a dead squirrel. He thinks about what he’s been through over the previous two days: not eating, suffering a head wound, killing Tom, and kidnapping Sarah. B.J. asks if there’s a safe place to stay overnight; Chin doesn’t know of any. The continue walking...

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