Charley Skedaddle - Chapters 13 through 17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 through 17 Summary

In Chapter Thirteen, fall arrives and Charley has learned the names of trees, herbs and birds. He's also learned the healing properties of some plants and the dangers of others. There's seldom news of the war and though it hurts Charley each time he hears of another battle, he longs for news. Charley hears the call of a bird one night that is unfamiliar and he asks Granny about it. She says that she isn't sure what it's called but says that there might be an owl interested in the chickens. She sends Charley to the henhouse to check on them and once he's inside, she locks him in. Charley is furious and quickly slips out through the rotten boards. He goes to the window of the little cabin and peers inside. He sees Granny is talking to a man -...

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