Heroes of the Frontier - Chapters XXI - XXIV Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter XXI, Josie takes the children with her to Cooper’s house. Ana plays on the porch, but Paul insists on staying with Josie. Josie gives him the job of taking notes. Cooper begins strumming and Josie finds a note on the piano that reminds her of Sunny. They continue to play together and the sound makes Josie think of a bad man walking up the stairs. She abruptly goes to check on Ana.

When she goes back a woman named Cindy has arrived. She is a singer. Josie instructs her to sing any words, but to make them sound urgent. She ends up singing a combination of “now” and “no.” Other musicians join in. The song begins to remind her of the sound of a storm and rain hitting a roof. She wonders where she lived once that had...

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