Jackaroo - Study Guide Part 2: Chapters 13-18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 begins the second and final section of the book, also called "Jackaroo." In this section, Gwyn is welcomed home by her family, and thanked profusely by the nobles. They leave her twelve pieces of gold; tucked inside is a message from the lordling, saying that he will never forget Gwyn. Gwyn must pretend in front of her family that she has no idea what the letters say - though she can, of course, read by this point. She also asks her father to make an announcement stating that she will not marry, much to her mothers' distress.

Some doubt is cast on Gwyn's decision when she goes to visit Old Megg in the village, to ask her about her life as a single woman. Rather than reacting positively to Gwyn's news, the old woman tells her that she would have gotten married...

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