Jackaroo - Study Guide Part 2: Chapters 19-24 Summary & Analysis

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The soldiers have basically taken over the Inn in Chapter 19. Meanwhile, Gwyn continues her exploits as Jackaroo. She leaves two gold coins with Am, the pig farmer, and his family, However, as she rides away, she sees that thieves are in the area, and have set fire to a neighboring home. She goes in to find a dead couple, but a live baby. Moving quickly, she takes the baby nearby to her sister's home. Her sister, Blithe, had lost a baby the previous year, which devastated her. Still dressed as Jackaroo, Gwyn brings the new baby to her and tells her that she must raise it as her own. After some argument, Blithe finally accepts.

In Chapter 20, Gwyn decides to take her charade as Jackaroo one step further. She steals one of the soldier's horses and rides into the city. As it is...

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