Dear Mrs. Bird - Chapters 20 - 21 Summary & Analysis

AJ Pearce
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Emmy took to heart Bunty’s criticisms and felt like she was responsible for William’s death. Her mother and Bunty’s were waiting outside Bunty’s room, but Emmy merely said that Bunty was not up for talking. Mrs. Tavistock said that Bunty would feel better soon and then be willing to see Emmy again. To calm herself, Emmy went to the cafe next to the hospital. The owner was a kindly Czechoslovakian man. Although he didn’t know why she was upset, he tried very hard to cheer her up, offering free food and even extra sugar, a wartime luxury. Emmy reflected on the madness of war; she thought it was unfair that a nice man like this had to excuse his foreign accent just to assure people he wasn’t a dangerous German sympathizer.

Emmy then thought about how this...

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