Bird - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Rita Murphy
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Chapter 11 Summary

In Chapter 11, Miranda wakes up having dreamt of all flying things and of flying herself, just as Farley had said she would. When she woke up, she made her way to the beach where Farley was building a sand castle which turned out to be a version of the Manor. Miranda and Farley begin to talk about Farley's work. He mentions that he will likely not go back to Ireland but that he would not be in the area much longer, as his ship was setting sail. He will be gone in a few days. Miranda is not sure how she will survive without him. Farley is the only person that knows who she is and the only person she can trust. Without him, she will have only the Hounds and the Manor.

But they set aside sad things, as Farley tells Miranda...

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