The Iron Heel - Chapters 18 through 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18 through 21 Summary

In chapter eighteen, Avis writes of her six-month imprisonment without charge, and of the clandestine plans made by the imprisoned Socialists through their network of cause-sympathetic prison guards and officials for a unison escape from their imprisonment. She describes her disappearance after being released, disguised as the wealthy daughter of a member of the Oligarchy, and her finding refuge in a childhood hiding place in the backwoods of Sonoma - a natural cave deep in the overgrown, neglected reaches of a deer park and preserve owned, ironically enough, by Wickson. She describes how a home was set up for her in the cave, how she was helped by a revolutionary named John Carlson who worked for Wickson, and how, "with one exception", it has never been discovered by an outsider. A footnote describes how the cave was buried in an earthquake a few hundred years...

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