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Plainsong - Pages 217-242 (Ike and Bobby, Maggie Jones, Victoria Roubideaux) Summary & Analysis

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Pages 217-242 (Ike and Bobby, Maggie Jones, Victoria Roubideaux) Summary

Ike and Bobby

The boys awake and notice that one of their horses is acting in a peculiar manner. The horse seems to be trying to kick itself in the stomach. The boys inform Guthrie, and he calls the veterinarian. The boys want to know why the horse is behaving so strangely, but Guthrie does not know. Bobby says he thinks Ike's horse will die, and Ike is not at all pleased with the comment. The boys want to stay and wait for the veterinarian, but Guthrie tells them that they must attend to their paper route.

After the boys have delivered the papers, they meet and ride home together. The veterinarian is still tending to the horse. The horse is lying on its side, and Guthrie...

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