Songs of the Humpback Whale - Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 4-6 Summary

Jane remembers being ten years old when her father took her goose hunting in a cornfield early on a Saturday morning. Her father warned her to stay put under a pile of corn stalks. After an hour when the geese settle on the field, Jane cries out that she has to pee. The startled geese fly off, enraging her father. He tells Jane he could kill her. Instead, he shoots a crow and wrings its neck in front of Jane then he threatens her to keep it a secret.

At La Jolla, Jane stops to walk on the beach and think. She leaves Rebecca with the car to watch boys playing volleyball. On her walk, she remembers when she and her brother bodysurfed off Plum Island, Massachusetts in ten-foot storm waves. Joley was seven and Jane was eleven when Jane rescued...

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