At Home in Mitford - Chapters 21-24: The Bells, A High Command, Homecoming, In New Life Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21-24: The Bells, A High Command, Homecoming, In New Life Summary

Tim's spirits are up with the news that Barnabas is near, and he spends the next few days busily following up on duties and chores in the town. Stopping in at the Porter House, Tim views the inscription that Willard had carved there, "Winterpast," and underneath, Song of Solomon. Tim calls on Sadie and lets her know that Willard had always had hope that their love would be realized.

News arrives that Joe Joe had been shot while staking out the house where Barnabas had been seen. The townspeople arrive at the hospital, and Puny and Joe Joe's family meet for the first time since her relationship with him had begun. The mayor and her many children and grandchildren welcome Puny as one...

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