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Flora and Ulysses: The Illuminated Adventures - Chapters 56-68 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 56-68 and Epilogue

Chapter 56

Flora wakes and finds Ulysses missing. When she goes to the kitchen, Flora discovers the note that Mrs. Buckman made Ulysses write. The note tells Flora that Ulysses has decided to return to the wild. It is signed Mr. Squirrel instead of Ulysses and the first letters of Flora’s name appear at the bottom. Flora suspects this means that her mother forced Ulysses to write this letter. Flora realizes she cannot call the police, so she must go to someone she trusts. To her surprise, this thought leads her to William Spiver.

Chapter 57

Flora takes Mary Ann, the lamp, and stands outside the Tickham house calling for William Spiver. Eventually he wakes and peeks out his window. Flora tells William Spiver she needs his help and he quickly agrees. However, it takes him some time...

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