True Places - Chapters 13 -18 Summary & Analysis

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In “Chapter 13”, the social worker, Rappoport, talked to Iris about living with a family and asked her how she felt about it. Iris did not respond, focusing on her coloring books and knowing that if she did not answer Rappoport would leave. She was confused about why people in this world always seemed to be in a hurry. She felt as though moving in with a family was exchanging one cage for another and wished she could return to her forest.

In “Chapter 14” the narrator focuses on Brynn’s perspective during a family meeting about allowing Iris to live with them. Brynn texted throughout the meeting and was angered by her mother’s “side project” (106). Brynn tried to convince Whit it was a bad idea, being able to see he had reservations. He stood behind Suzanne and Brynn stormed off to her room...

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