Child of the Owl: Golden Mountain Chronicles: 1965 - Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three Summary

Even after Paw-Paw's story about the owl, Casey still wants to know more about her mother and how they are connected. Paw-Paw takes Casey into town to see a Kung-Fu movie, just like she had taken Jeannie to do years ago. During the movie, Casey realizes that the Chinese people are capable of great emotion - happiness and sadness. She loved watching the men fight on screen, and loved watching the women even more. She felt something bubbling up inside her that made her want to cry. While walking back to their apartment, Paw-Paw points out various things for Casey, including the duck hanging in the butcher window. She says duck is her favorite, and maybe one day she'll sew some extra shirts so she and Casey can eat one.

Soon after, Paw-Paw promises to introduce Casey to one of her...

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