Tracks - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-12 Summary and Analysis

Robyn misses Diggety as though a human had died, since the dog has been her only companion and friend for much of the trip. After several days of eating practically nothing, she dances naked in the dust until she can let go of the pain and move on. When Robyn has only about a hundred miles to go, a crowd of reporters shows up, wanting to take her picture and interview her. She has gotten so used to the aloneness of the desert, and the laid-back attitudes of people who live in the bush, that she can not handle this unexpected, unwanted contact with humankind. Sometimes she hides from the paparazzi, but other times she acts completely insane, threatening them. In fact, her crazy demeanor is not an act.

Word of Robyn's adventure has spread to newspapers all over...

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