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Caddie Woodlawn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 23, Pigeons or Peacocks? Summary

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Chapter 23, Pigeons or Peacocks? Summary

All the Woodlawns are on time for breakfast the next morning. Today they will decide whether to go to England or stay in Wisconsin, and apprehension is in the air. Annabelle is the only one at ease. She tells Tom not to forget his cousin, Annabelle, when he is an English lord. Tom tells her not to count on it, because he has already got his girl picked out.

Caddie dreams about England the previous night. She dreams of peacocks, towers and moats, and the Woodlawn children being presented to the Queen of England. Suddenly Caddie is alone in her dream; then she is holding the hand of a little red-headed boy wearing a sailor suit. They can not get through the great barred gate to see the Queen, and soldiers force them away.

Johnny tells the children that the family...

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