One Came Home - Chapters 6 – 10 Summary & Analysis

Amy Timberlake
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Chapter 6 – Georgie remembers the arrival of the pigeons to Placid. She remembers seeing the first pigeon scouts arrive in February and how Agatha had turned down Billy’s proposal for marriage that same day.

Chapter 7 – Georgie is annoyed when Billy cooks her bacon for his breakfast. She is annoyed that Billy always seems to do whatever he wants. She realizes the trip must mean something important to Billy for him to have come along. When Georgie exits the lean-to, she sees that the entire area is covered in feathers from a massive bird-hunting operation. It puzzles her why the feathers have not been collected for pillows or mattresses. The area, she thinks, must have been visited by wild-game dealers who sell their kills in the cities, as opposed to pigeon people who use every part of a pigeon. The feathers on the ground make...

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