The Woman Who Lost Her Soul - Book 5, Part 1, Chapters 47 – 49 Summary & Analysis

Bob Shacochis
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Prologue – After her body arrives in Miami, accompanied by Burnette and Boko St. Jean, Renee is revived by a ritual conducted by St. Jean – it seems her death was staged with the help of voudou. After a period of recovery in a secret hospital (where she is visited by her father), Renee is taken to Burnette’s apartment, where she is to stay until a new identity can be readied for her, narration commenting that she remembers, in the moments before losing consciousness, that the boy who posed as her killer (Toussaint) stole the precious bracelet she got from Osman. Meanwhile, Burnette returns to Haiti.

Chapter 47 – After tidying up some loose ends with the rebels, Burnette returns to Miami to find that “Renee” has made way for “Dottie”, a transformation symbolized, in narration, by the reemergence of Dottie’s natural hair color...

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