Dear Mrs. Bird - Chapters 27 - 28 Summary & Analysis

AJ Pearce
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Mrs. Tavistock could not tell Emmy where Bunty had gone but agreed to tell her that Emmy was looking for her. After this conversation, Emmy gave up hope that Bunty would ever speak to her again.

A week later, Lord Overton summoned Emmy to speak with him and Mrs. Bird at the Launceston Press offices. This was Emmy’s first encounter with the owner of the press. He interrogated her about impersonating Mrs. Bird. Emmy was disappointed that all the man knew about her was her lies. He looked severe as Mrs. Bird angrily elaborated on Emmy’s crime. Still, Lord Overton gave Emmy the opportunity to explain her actions in detail. She apologized, and explained that she had to answer the readers’ letters because Mrs. Bird was unwilling to offer these sometimes desperate women advice that they needed. She emphasized especially the...

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