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How I Live Now - Chapters 22-25 Summary & Analysis

Meg Rosoff
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Chapters 22-25 Summary

In Chapter 22, a soldier named Baz whom the girls know from the diary farm makes sure they are fed and warm. Mrs. McEvoy, the only other female in the barn, is still in poor psychological shape. Baz tells Daisy and Piper that the deaths of Joe and Major McEvoy have sparked fighting, which has been joined by local farmers taking potshots at the occupying forces. Daisy confides to Baz that she wants to travel to Gateshead Farm, which worries him, but he admits the girls might not be any safer in the barn, because the soldiers might be attacked. He advises that they should travel alone and try not to make contact with anyone on the road. The girls stay another week in the barn during Chapter 23, during which Baz takes care of them and the other soldiers are friendly. In...

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