H is for Hawk - Chapters 29-30 Summary & Analysis

Helen Macdonald
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Chapter 29

Winter is over and spring is fast approaching. Helen is teaching again, but she is teaching close by. Mabel is going to have to spend spring in an aviary, so Helen wants to go on one last hunt with her while she still can. Mabel gets away from her and into a pheasant reserve. Helen is able to get her out, but she cut her thumb and Mabel had already gotten to some of the animals. She quickly goes to Stuart’s house to get her thumb bandaged and explains everything that had happened. At the house, she thinks back to White.

White had moved to a new home and was starting to live a better life. One of his friends showed up and found the manuscript for the book that would eventually become the Goshawk. He convinced White to publish the...

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