Dear Mrs. Bird - Chapters 12 - 13 Summary & Analysis

AJ Pearce
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The bombing continued through the night until the end of Emmy’s shift at 6 a.m. Emmy planned to go home, but Vera, a daytime worker disliked by Emmy and her crew, disparaged William for being careless and likely to get himself injured. Worried about William who was still working rescue, Emmy decided not to go straight home to rest before work, and instead set out to check up on him.

Emmy found the road near where William had been dispatched was almost entirely destroyed. Although she had seen the devastation of the Blitz before, this was a far more dangerous situation than she had ever walked through before. She felt some anxiety, and criticized her fear as inappropriate for a would-be war correspondent.

Emmy used her firehouse credentials to move toward the rescue crew, even though she was no longer on duty...

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