The Book of Dead Birds - Kunsan, Ava's Bridge Dream Continued - End of Narrative Summary & Analysis

Gayle Brandeis
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Still from Ava’s point of view, she tells readers about the continuation of the bridge walking dream she had. She still cannot see her mother, but she hears a bird telling her mother to sing and she cannot. The bridge starts swaying and the birds that had created the bridge start to fly away. Ava does not know what is under her feet and why she has not started to fall.

The narrative moves forward to the night of the date. Ava’s hair has grown and she figures out what to do with it and what to wear. Darryl comes and they go out. He tells her that he is widower and that he was drinking too much when he had met Emily. They were together for less than a week because they had...

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