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The Summer of the Swans Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9 Summary

Betsy Byars
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Chapter 9 Summary

Charlie lays in bed thinking of the events of that evening. Charlie prepared for bed and discovered a button missing from his pajama shirt. Charlie wanted Aunt Willie to fix it, but Aunt Willie was too busy watching television. Charlie went to Sara to fix it, but Sara was dying her shoes with Mary, very unhappy that the baby blue she was hoping to make them had become a sick sort of puce because of the original orange color. Charlie finally gave up and went to bed, pulling at his pajama top until it tore and then pulling at it some more. Now Charlie is wide awake and too upset to sleep.

Charlie hears a noise outside and looks out the window to see what it is. Charlie sees a flash of white and becomes convinced it is a swan coming to visit him. Charlie goes to...

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