Small Great Things - Chapters 11 – 14; Stage One: Transition, Kennedy, Ruth, Kennedy, and Ruth Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 is titled “Kennedy.” Kennedy realizes that she is caught up in Ruth's case because she has repetitive dreams about Ruth. In one of the dreams, Ruth is speaking a foreign language that Kennedy cannot comprehend. Finally, Ruth opens her mouth and butterflies emerge. In another, she dreams they are eating a feast, but when she asks for more water, discovers they are in prison.

Once she reaches the office, Kennedy asks her boss, Harry Blatt, for Ruth's case. He agrees. Kennedy gets through the morning's arraignments before she heads to the prison to meet with Ruth. On the way, she practices what she will say. She is surprised when she arrives to find Ruth has already been released. They meet a few days later over lunch. Both are tense. Kennedy makes a comment about “people...

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