Cold Comfort Farm - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

Stella Gibbons
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Chapter 21 Summary

Flora and Mrs. Beetle work busily to decorate the farm with flowers under sunny skies. Adam has made wreaths as garlands for the cows' horns. He discovers that the cows no longer have horns so he puts the wreaths around their necks and tails. The rest of the family is busy putting champagne in the cellar, arranging trestle tables, and unpacking silver and linen sent from a London store. They all eat a simple breakfast in the dairy as the kitchen is being prepared for the reception. Flora tells them that she has spoken to Aunt Ada and all she wants for breakfast is a "Hell's Angel", a concoction with brandy, an egg, some cream and ice. She gives it to Mrs. Beetle to take upstairs. Reuben worries his grandmother has gone mad and will ruin the wedding, but Flora tells him not...

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