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Caddie Woodlawn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21, Father Speaks Summary

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Chapter 21, Father Speaks Summary

Annabelle handles the first days' humiliations with politeness and grace, much to Caddie's surprise. That night, though, Annabelle is quiet and does not talk about how Boston is superior to Wisconsin. Caddie notes that Annabelle's walk is a little stiff, probably from the fall she took off Pete.

Caddie has misgivings about performing today's trick on Annabelle, but she has promised Tom she will go through with it. Annabelle is wearing a simpler skirt and blouse, and she wants to turn somersaults in the hay because she thinks that is what rustic people do. Caddie and Tom send Hetty to get cookies because they do not want her to tattle on their trick. As Annabelle flips in the hay, Caddie slips an egg down her shirt. When the egg squishes on her back, Annabelle begins to cry. Hetty returns in time to see...

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