Bittersweet (Miranda Beverly-Whittemore) - Chapters 40 - 44 Summary & Analysis

Miranda Beverly-Whittemore
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In Chapter 40, May determines that Kitty's journal spans not one year, but fifty, and that the B. Kitty wrote about could have been her husband, Bard, or her son, Birch. If the maid, P., was Pauline, that could mean that Birch is John's father and John is Ev's half brother. If Ev is pregnant with John's baby, then she is pregnant with her half brother's child. All this news makes May want to run away from Winloch but before she goes, she decides to hide the journal under a floor board on Bittersweet's porch. May packs her essentials and heads out into the night hoping to get to a phone at the country store and call her mother.

May stops at the Dining Hall to leave the papers about Kitty's journal and calendar in the attic archives and is shocked to see that...

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