Catherine, Called Birdy - November through February Summary & Analysis

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November through February Summary

In November, Catherine writes that her hated brother Robert is coming home for Christmas. She tries to imagine her "real" father, thinking that her lout of a father couldn't possibly be related to her, and imagines him as a king or a woodsmith. Later, Aelis misses an appointment in the meadow, as she is with George. Catherine, upset about the budding romance, is upset and cries a lot. She considers casting a spell on them to make them fall out of love, prays that they will; George has been very withdrawn lately. Meanwhile, Catherine's mother tells the story of how she met Catherine's father: she was the ward of a baron, and one day a young knight came and said that the baron had cheated his father out of some woods. He was so persistent that the baron was...

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