Small as an Elephant - Chapters 21 – 25 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Richard Jacobson
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Chapter 21 – Jack travels through Searsport to Mosman Park’s rocky beach. He hides in nearby bushes, intending to wait for dark to continue his journey. Two women with a dog named Waldo nearly stumble upon him. He decides to head back into the residential area of Searsport, coming to a shed with an old chair and mystery magazines inside. He decides to pass some time reading. When night falls, Jack begins walking again. Eventually, a van slows down behind him. Jack rushes into the trees.

Chapter 22 – A teenage boy gets out of the van calling for Jack. It is Sylvie’s cousin, Wyatt. He offers to bring Jack to York. Jack agrees to go with Wyatt. Wyatt wants to get Jack to York as fast as possible; Jack is worried about roadblocks and being spotted on major highways. Jack then speaks to Sylvie on...

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