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Charlotte's Web Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 8 – A Talk at Home Summary

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Chapter 8 Summary - A Talk at Home

The Sunday morning after the birth of the goslings, Fern announces the event to her family around the breakfast table. She goes on to relate the story of Charlotte's announcement, and of Templeton's subsequent acquisition of the goose's dud egg. She even tells them that none of them, meaning her and the rest of the animals like Templeton very much. She also tells them that Wilbur adores Charlotte.

Mrs. Arable, hearing all this, is a bit concerned that Fern may be spending too much time at the barn. She tells Mr. Arable that she may even talk to their doctor about Fern's "make-believe" talk with the animals. Mr. Arable isn't worried, and assures his wife that there's nothing wrong with Fern having a healthy imagination.

Chapter 8 Analysis - A Talk at Home

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