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Charlotte's Web Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 – The Crickets Summary

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Chapter 15 Summary - The Crickets

The crickets feel that it is their duty to warn everyone of the impending end of summer and the coming of change. Everyone hears it and knows change is coming; there is a bit of sadness in the air.

Wilbur is still the center of attention, and he spends his time trying to look radiant for his visitors. His friends worry that the praise could go to his head, but he is a modest pig and unspoiled by fame. He worries, in his dreams, that Charlotte's plan could still fail, but during the day, he is excited about the upcoming Fair.

One morning, he asks Charlotte if she is going with him to the Fair. First, she says no; she has work to do. She explains that it is time for her to lay her eggs. She relents a bit when she...

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