The Dog Stars - Book Three: Chapter I Summary & Analysis

Peter Heller
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Book Three: Chapter I Summary

Since the plan is complete, they decide to wait around, fatten up, and let summer come. It is like a vacation for Hig. Cima tells him about her schooling, the scholarship she received and how, because of the tightly controlled conditions, she was forced to write an essay about her dead twin brother, Bo. Hig understands. He tells her about his wife, and how in the end a pillow had taken her life. Understanding, Cima admits she wishes she could have done the same for Tomas. She cries quietly and Hig continues weeding. Hig has a million questions, but doesn't want to burden her with them now. As the weather gets warmer, Hig appreciates the simplicity of life. He and Cima draw ever closer, talking through the days, discovering intimacies and deepening their growing bond. Hig and...

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