All the Wind in the World - Part Two, Chapters 12-15 Summary & Analysis

Samantha Mabry
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In Chapter 12, Sarah returns to the main house, preparing Britain for their ride. Bruno arrives. His hand is blistered from picking up the hot skillet he used to kill the dog. Sarah finds some aloe growing nearby and uses it to sooth the blisters. Bruno says he should not have killed the dog. He was too late to save Rosa and now the foreman is angry with Bruno. No one knows why the dog attacked. There are whispered rumors that it was “bewitched” (122), with glazed eyes. It was noted that the dog went directly for Rosa, ignoring everyone else. Rosa's boyfriend, Ben, walked away and never returned.

In Chapter 13, Sarah and Bell are out riding when a group appears from the direction of the mountains. Bell says they have been here before. They are tinkers, with items for trade, and they...

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