Woman on the Edge of Time - Chapters 12, 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 12, 13 and 14 Summary

Chapter 12 - After forcing down some mostly-rotten food stolen from a garbage can, Connie calls for Luciente to come into the past and help her. At first Luciente is reluctant, but when she realizes the desperation of Connie's situation she agrees, and helps Connie find water, edible weeds, and some fruit. At one point, Connie pleads for Dawn (the girl who reminds her of Angelina) to be brought, and the reluctant Luciente agrees. Dawn is both excited to be in the past and repulsed by the waste and the pollution. Later, after Luciente and Dawn return to their time and Connie has lit a fire, she loses herself first in memories of her beautiful first husband (Martin) and then in a dream of becoming a mother in Luciente's time, co-mother (with Sojourner and Jackrabbit) of Selma, a beautiful girl with skin...

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