Missing May - Part Two: Set Free - Chapter Eight Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: Set Free - Chapter Eight Summary

When May was alive, she always liked bats. Sometimes a bat would fly into the trailer and Summer remembers waking up, hearing the flapping of wings above her head. While lying there, she recognized that many people were deathly afraid of bats, which led her to question fear in general - where does it really come from? When May located the bats, she would always feel bad for them, speaking to them in a slow pitiful way, "Poor little feller" (Page 58).Then she and Ob would take turns trying to throw a blanket over the bat's head and carry him outside to set him free. Once, May accidentally injured a bat while trying to save it, so she kept it in a shoebox filled with warm towels to try to nurse...

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