H is for Hawk - Chapters 19-20 Summary & Analysis

Helen Macdonald
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Chapter 19

Helen continues to hunt with Mabel. She worries that Mabel is getting frustrated with her because hunting with a person is much different from how hunting normally works for Goshawks. After a night of hunting, Helen has to go to an art exhibit since she’s giving a speech on it in a few weeks. To her surprise, the exhibit is mostly bird themed. She laments how wild animals are becoming rarer in the world because of human activity, but she feels like she’s done a good job incorporating a hawk into her life, just like Mabel has incorporated a human into hers.

At one exhibit she panics and imagines that she’s seeing her father in the hospital bed. She starts to cry and finds that she can’t bring herself to speak. She grasps her imagined father’s hand...

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