The Summer of the Swans - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Betsy Byars
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Chapter 8 Summary

Sara is in bed when Wanda sneaks into the bedroom later that night. Sara asks her about her evening, and they begin to discuss Frank. Sara does not like Frank because he does not seem to appreciate Charlie very much. This leads to Sara confessing that she is unhappy with herself. Wanda tries to get Sara to talk about her feelings, but Sara is less than forthcoming because she herself does not truly understand why she feels the way she does. Aunt Willie begins yelling from her own bedroom for the girls to be quiet and go to sleep.

Wanda turns on the radio so she can hear a dedication Frank promised to make to her. Aunt Willie again yells for the girls to be quiet. Sara does not care. It seems to Sara that the noises coming from Charlie's bedroom are far louder than the radio...

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