The Secret Garden - Chapters 25 - 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 opens with the robin watching the children in the garden. Over time, he observes as Colin grows stronger. The robin compares Colin's movements as he learns to walk with his own efforts to learn to fly. Although he and his mate were fearful for their safety and that of their eggs at first, in time they learned to relax and trust that the children will bring no harm to them. Meanwhile, Colin grows impatient for his father to return so he will no longer have to keep the secret of his good health. When rain forces them to stay inside, Mary suggests that they explore the many rooms in the manor house, reflecting that the closed-off rooms are somewhat like their secret garden. One day, Mary notices that Colin has drawn back the curtain that used to cover his mother’s portrait...

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