I Lived on Butterfly Hill - Part III, Her Bare Feet Make No Sound – Epilogue: The Ship Called Hope Summary & Analysis

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Part III, Her Bare Feet Make No Sound – At breakfast, Mama returns. Celeste and the entire family are overjoyed to see her. She knows how much her mother has suffered, but is thrilled her mother is home.

Part III, All I Wanted Was to Talk to Her – Mama tucks Celeste into bed that night. She tells her mother all about the past few years, and all that she has experienced. She begins to cry when speaking about Kim and Tom, and Mama holds and soothes Celeste.

Part III, So Strange Here, Sometimes – Celeste writes a letter to Graciela. She explains how Mama and Papa do not want to talk about their past few years, and how they always hold hands. She wants to know how Graciela and John Carter are getting along...

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