Exit, Pursued by a Bear - Part 4 Summary & Analysis

E.K. Johnston
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Summary

Part 4 begins with a quote from Shakespeare’s “Henry VI, Part II”: “Now ‘tis the spring, and weeds are shallow rooted” (205).

Chapter 28 – Between provincials and nationals, there is time for Hermione and Polly to make some plans for the future – specifically, for university. Initially, they make plans just between the two of them, but then invite other members of the team over. The conversation is friendly and playful even while it is purposeful, Hermione commenting in narration that even when the conversation is over and the group is watching a movie, she is preparing to move on with her life, and be happy about it.

Chapter 29 – When Hermione and her team arrive at Camp Manitouwabing, Hermione is initially more upset than she thought she would be, but is helped through a panic attack by Polly and Dion. Later, Hermione realizes that one of the...

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