Kildee House - Study Guide Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Rutherford George Montgomery
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To seek revenge against Emma Lou, Roger Donald waits until Monarch is well tamed. He calls the game warden's office in Santa Cruz. Jim Hinkle, the game warden, drops by one morning when Emma Lou is at the house. Emma Lou has been brought up to distrust game wardens. Immediately Jerome senses there might be trouble. Hinkle tells Jerome he will have to fine him for keeping a wild deer enclosed and that the animal will have to be released into the forest. Emma Lou protests. It is her fault—she's the one who should be fined. She explains that the only reason she had brought the fawn to Jerome's house is because a lion had killed its mother.

Hinkle ridicules Emma Lou for saying that a lion killed the fawn's mother. There are no lions around those parts. He refuses to listen to Emma Lou...

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