All the Wind in the World - Part Three, Chapters 21-24 Summary & Analysis

Samantha Mabry
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In Chapter 21, the dust they see in the distance is actually a car. The family has returned. Sarah and Odette are thrilled that James is back. Sarah fights her disappointment when James fails to come down to greet everyone. By night, she has become convinced “that James is still gone, and will never return” (190). The next day, Sarah goes to the house. Farrah “intercepts” (190) her, saying Bell is “in a mood.” Sarah says Bell should be happy Farrah is back, but Farrah's reaction hints that is not the case. One day, James rides to the field with Mr. Gonzales. He is clean with a new haircut. When the others move away, he takes a moment to talk to Sarah. He says they do not have enough workers to get the maguey cut, and are going to burn part of a field...

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