Bird - Chapters 3 & 4 Summary & Analysis

Rita Murphy
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Chapters 3 & 4 Summary

Wysteria had the odd habit of locking every single window in Bourne Manor at night and opening them all in the day. She claimed that it helped her avoid air drafts, which she hated. But this left her with an elaborate and seemingly irrational window locking habit that Miranda later found bewildering. At first Miranda simply obeyed and trusted Wysteria but as she spent more time inside over the years she started to wonder what was in the rooms. At the start, however, Miranda was focused on mending nets while Wysteria was gone. It would take Miranda awhile, as many of the nets had rusty hooks in them and they could get stuck in her palms. Wysteria would offer no sympathy, claiming that Miranda must simply develop callouses and get over it. She would also be responsible for lighting the lantern, which she...

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