A String in the Harp - Chapters 14 & 15 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Bond
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Chapters 14 & 15 Summary

After the hunt, the men make their way to the Red Goat pub, near the hunting grounds. The owner, Mr. Roberts, is clearly very pleased to have fifteen wet, hungry men for whom to care, and he is equally excited to hear the story of the hunt. The story of killing the wolf is told several times, with men frequently making their way to the holding shed to have a look at the beast. Gwilym calls the police to tell them about the kill, but the authorities are very skeptical. Upon returning home, Gwilym claims that he doesn't think they will find any more wolves around this part, but he doesn't know why he feels so certain about it. Time passes, and the Morgan children become more interested in the land surrounding their house. They find old maps that David bought when he...

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