Francie - Signs in the Woods and Sheriff Barnes Summary & Analysis

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Signs in the Woods and Sheriff Barnes Summary

Signs in the Woods:

Francie feels compelled to check the jars she has left, but Prez has already seen them, and they are empty. Prez says Mr. Bellamy, who was allegedly hurt by Jesse, does not look like anything has happened to him. Francie and Prez take more jars of food from the pantry and return to the woods to collect the empty ones.

Francie hears her mother muttering as she moves the jars around, obviously wondering why there are not as many as she thought. When confronted, Francie admits that she has been putting them out for Jesse, and her mother orders her to get the jars out of the woods before morning, afraid that they will get in trouble. Rain is coming and she thinks of Jesse. Although Francie...

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