The Secret Garden - Chapters 21 - 24 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 21, Dickon pushes Colin’s chair around the garden so he can see everything. Colin asks about the large dead tree with the missing branch and Mary and Dickon, not wanting to tell him that it is the tree from which his mother fell, assure him that although the tree itself is dead, it will soon be covered with roses. Suddenly the robin appears and Mary secretly tells Dickon it was sent by magic to distract Colin from the tree. Dickon tells Mary that his mother believes that Mrs. Craven continues to look after her son and perhaps it was she who helped them find the garden so they could take him there. Mary muses to herself that she believes in magic and thinks that Dickon works magic, which is why all living things like him so much. Colin announces that he...

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