Dear Mrs. Bird - Chapters 22 - 23 Summary & Analysis

AJ Pearce
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Emmy took the long route home to avoid Mr. Bone and another conversation about William. Emmy saw some children playing with their dog in the park and wished she could be as carefree. She thought about Charles in this moment, thinking how he might hold her hand and make her feel better. She dismissed this thought since their relationship had not gotten so far along yet. She walked on thinking about staying busy at work until she could join the war effort.

At the office, everyone was sympathetic to Emmy. Even Mrs. Bird tried to comfort her, and this felt odd. Emmy assured Mrs. Bird that she was ready to work, and Mrs. Bird approved of her spirit. She told Emmy she would need to work extra hours to help Mr. Collins, for which Emmy was grateful. The editress told Emmy that in...

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