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Still Life with Woodpecker Chapter Summary & Analysis - Phase 1, Parts 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 Summary

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Phase 1, Parts 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 Summary

One fateful Sunday, described as Leigh-Cheri's least favorite day of the week (see "Quotes", p. 22), Leigh-Cheri reads about the Geo-Therapy Care Fest, a "what-to-do-for-the-planet-until-the-twenty-first-century-arrives" conference scheduled to take place in Hawaii. Leigh-Cheri, thrilled at the possibility of actually hearing Ralph Nader, who is delivering the keynote speech at the conference, becomes extremely excited about attending. Royal rules, however, dictate that she can't go without a chaperone. Various social obligations dictate that neither Max nor Tilli can go, so they decide to send Gulietta, who immediately goes out and buys a bikini.

Leigh-Cheri's and Gulietta attempts to board the plane for Hawaii are complicated by the frog Gulietta conceals in her baggage. After several confrontations and complications, the frog is captured and, as narration recounts, released into a small pond near the airport. All this is observed, with ironic amusement...

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