A Day No Pigs Would Die - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Robert runs home on the last day of school with his report card in his pocket. He is happy to cross the rich, green meadow instead of trudging along the dry, dusty road. He watches a wagon move slowly along the road, followed by a trail of dust that Robert compares to a snake. When the wagon and dusty snake following it move out of sight, it seems to Robert that neither has ever existed.

Robert calls to Pinky as he returns home from school, and here one realizes that ten weeks have passed and that Pinky is not a piglet anymore. She is getting to be a very big pig. Robert loves her so much and feels that she smiles whenever she sees him. As Robert and Pinky near the house, Mama greets them and welcomes Robert home, along with a visiting relative, Aunt Mattie.

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