So B. It - Heidi Summary & Analysis

Sarah Weeks
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Heidi talks about the color of dinosaurs. She uses this as an analogy for truth. She always believed that dinosaurs were green but then comes across an article explaining that no one really knows what color they were. The colors in the picture books are merely guesses on the part of the artist. She came to know the truth sitting in the front seat of Sheriff Roy Franklin. around that time, she also came to understand that not knowing is not the same as being stupid. This makes her contemplate the nature of "facts". It also makes her question her own drive "to know".

She does admit that if she had a choice she would rather know than not know. At the same time, she's come to realize that some things are not important to know. Some things, one just can't know, no matter...

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