Caddie Woodlawn - Chapter 20-21 Summary & Analysis

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Cousin Annabelle arrives with her seven trunks, and her Boston vocabulary, which she uses to comment on the “quaint and rustic” surroundings in which she finds herself. Mrs. Woodlawn is bright and excited to hear news of family and friends from back in Boston, but it doesn’t take Tom and Caddie long to get tired of Annabelle’s “city airs.” Annabelle expresses a desire to do all they do on the farm, and Tom and Caddie see an opportunity to introduce her in a way she’ll never forget.

Annabelle shows up for farm chores in her new dress with eighty-eight buttons, more than any of her friends in Boston. They put her on Pete, who has a habit of riding under an outbuilding and scraping his rider off against the low eaves, which he does to Annabelle. She picks herself up, but has had enough...

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