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Harvest: A Novel - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Thirsk goes to the manor house the next morning, where Master Jordan seems very happy to see him. He questions Thirsk about the previous days events, and when Thirsk tells him that none of his neighbors mentioned plans to return to the village, Master Jordan is delighted. He informs Thirsk that he and Master Kent plan to leave the village that day, to acquire what is needed to turn the grounds into a sheep farm, and he wants Thirsk to work as the land's steward while they are gone. Thirsk asks whether Mr. Quill has finished making his charts, and Master Jordan tells him that "Mr. Earle will never finish it, I think" (166). He also instructs Thirsk not to release the newcomer who remains in the pillory until his sentence is completed, and Thirsk agrees.

When Thirsk is in the barn readying his new...

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