A Yellow Raft in Blue Water - Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15 and 16 Summary

When Christine runs down the road away from Aunt Ida's house, a truck driven by Foxy Cree, Christine's cousin, slows down to pick her up. Foxy is perplexed that Christine wants to go to Dayton's house but drops her off there. Christine finds a key and lets herself in to wait for Dayton. When Dayton returns home from work Christine is lying on the couch, hazy from the pain medication but she can sense Dayton looking at her intently and she can see him check a desk drawer and rifle through some papers.

Christine shares her predicament with Dayton who graciously offers his home so that Christine will feel comfortable. The next day Christine searches for the papers and finds newspaper clippings of a trial convicting Dayton of improper conduct with a student. According to the articles, Dayton claims his innocence of the charges which...

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