How Green Was My Valley - Chapters Twenty-Five and Twenty-Six Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Twenty-Five and Twenty-Six Summary

Despite Gwillym Morgan's and Mr. Gruffyd's ideas, the workers go on strike again. Iestyn's role as owner of the colliery reflects on the Morgans, and his actions lead to four hundred more men out of work.

A letter from the Queen asks Ivor and his choir to perform at Windsor Castle, a cause for a huge open-house celebration at the Morgans'. The community sings God Save the Queen together, led by Ivor. Mr. Clydatch will frame the letter. In full decor, the horses proudly leave for London, without Mr. Gruffyd, who was the originator of the choir.

Ceinwen is pressing Huw to show her the nightingales on the mountain, without her father's knowledge of her being there, and Huw senses trouble coming.

In Twenty-Six, Mr. Gruffyd seems depressed. Ceinwen and Huw go to the mountain to listen...

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