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

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Chapter Seven Summary

After her encounter with Barney, Casey hurts all over. She walks to the park and sits on the grass, completely alone until Talia comes running over to collect her. All she wants to do is see Paw-Paw, but the hospital rules still forbid it. Talia arranges for her Aunt Angela, a nurse at the hospital, to arrange a phone call between Casey and Paw-Paw. Casey still wishes it was a visit, but this is the best she can do. Immediately, Casey confronts Paw-Paw as to why she didn't admit that she knew Barney was the thief. Paw-Paw claims that Barney is very sick with his gambling addiction and that he never meant to hurt her. Casey doesn't understand why Paw-Paw can be so forgiving. She says that she would like to stay with Paw-Paw indefinitely, and that she's grown used to...

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