A String in the Harp - Chapters 4 & 5 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Bond
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Chapters 4 & 5 Summary

The morning after the storm, Jen and Becky make their way to Rhian's farm to drop her back off to her family. Rhian lives in a rural farm with her parents, three brothers, and toothless grandmother who doesn't speak a word of English. When they arrive, Mrs. Evans is making shepherd's pie for lunch and all the men soon come home from the fields to eat. During the meal, Mr. Evans begins speaking about the Electric, and the people he refers to as "The Old Ones." He tells them, gravely, about the flood thousands of years ago in the land called the Low Hundreds, when sixteen towns were lost to the waters. When Jen hears this, it sounds eerily familiar to the story Peter had told her the night before and she feels somewhat uncomfortable.

Chapter 5 focuses on Christmas in Wales. Jen remembers...

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