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The Country of the Pointed Firs Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 Summary

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Chapter 21 Summary

The summer has come to an end and the young woman prepares to leave to return to the city. Mrs. Todd has made arrangements for the trunks to be taken to the wharf where Captain Bowden will help load them onto the ship, which will carry the young woman away from this summer place.

Mrs. Todd informs the young woman that there are a few things on the kitchen table for her to take with her and leaves saying that she has errands to run. The young woman runs after Mrs. Todd to say a proper goodbye, but the older woman will not turn around and waves the young woman back to the house.

The little package on the kitchen table contains a basket, which had been prized by Mrs. Todd. In it sits a supper for the boat trip, some fresh herbs and a little leather...

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