H is for Hawk - Chapters 25-26 Summary & Analysis

Helen Macdonald
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Chapter 25

It has been ten days since Helen began taking her medication. She feels tired, but has been offsetting that by drinking more coffee. Helen and Mabel continue to hunt together, but Helen is having a hard time seeing through Mabel’s eyes like she used to. She starts to let Mabel fly a little more freely. During one hunt, Mabel gets away from her and she spends several hours trying to get her back. Mabel leads her through someone’s property and she ends up hunting pheasants that belong to someone else. Helen is able to get a hold of Mabel before she does too much damage and takes her back home. Helen is starting to feel more like a human and is looking for places to rent and trying to go out more with her friends. She enjoys going to places...

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