Bittersweet (Miranda Beverly-Whittemore) - Chapters 56 - 60 Summary & Analysis

Miranda Beverly-Whittemore
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In Chapter 56, Galway and May return to Winloch, ready to confront Birch in front of Tilde. They intend to tell him that there was a witness to the murders of Mrs. LaChance and John. When Birch learns that Lu has run away from camp, he will suspect that Lu is the witness but she will be far away from his grasp by that time. When Galway and May enter the Dining Hall, all the Winslows are gathered for some sort of ceremony. Birch smiles smugly at Galway and May and when he starts to speak, May realizes that this is a memorial service for Indo. May realizes that the best way to memorialize Indo would be to carry on her work so she exits the room and runs as fast as she can.

In Chapter 57, May runs to Birch and Tilde's cottage to...

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