All the Birds, Singing - Section Two: Chapters 5-7 Summary & Analysis

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In England, Jake found cigarettes on her property, which she took as proof of teenagers being responsible. As she walked the grounds, she spotted a man watching her. She went home and loaded her gun. She went in to report her sheep to the local police but was put off by the sergeant speaking condescendingly to her. He worried about her living alone and encouraged her to be more social. She went to a local teahouse and had scones and cream tea. At home, she found a wounded pigeon and called its owner, who was rude to her and didn't seem to particularly care what happened to the bird. The pigeon died and Jake set it loose in the ocean.

In Australia, Jake lies about where she came from to one of the men working on her team. Clare goads her...

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