Bird - Chapters 14 & 15 Summary & Analysis

Rita Murphy
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Chapters 14 & 15 Summary

In Chapter 14, Farley and Miranda complete the Great Heron. Farley leaves to attend to some final business and warns Miranda not to return to the Manor, no matter what, and that they would face it together. Miranda agrees until the Manor begins to lure her back, giving her the impression that it had not asked to be built where it was, that it needed her and that she simply wanted to return to its warm embrace. She was mesmerized and walked back slowly to the Manor until she stood before its gates. Then she remembered Farley's words, that they would face it together, so she returned to the beach.

Eventually Farley arrives and they take the Heron to the Manor and bring it inside. Farley helps Miranda avoid the trappings of the Manor as they open all the doors to let the wind...

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