All the Birds, Singing - Section Three: Chapters 8-11 Summary & Analysis

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In Australia, Jake makes it away from Otto and sells his truck. She get a job as a roustabout and introduces herself to the team. She worries they won't like her because she's a woman; for some people it seems to be a problem, but most try to help her out. Jake gets her own separate living quarters. She observes her fellow workers, noticing a man named Greg, who seems kind, and his friend Clare, who seems obnoxious. Greg offers to let her have a try shearing the sheep and she does a surprisingly good job. A new boy named Bean arrives to take her job. Jake finds $50,000 in her account and calls home to learn her father has died and left it to her. She decides not to use the money unless she has to.

In England, Jake found the...

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