The Summer of the Swans - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Betsy Byars
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When Sara wakes the next morning, she pauses in front of the mirror and once again regrets a decision to get her hair cut very short. Aunt Willie calls Sara down for breakfast. Sara goes and is immediately sent back to find Charlie. Sara pauses to check her shoes, unhappy again with the color they have become. Sara goes to find Charlie. When she does not find him in his bedroom, Sara goes out into the front yard to look and again comes back empty-handed.

Aunt Willie is upset and says she is going to call the police. Sara asks her to wait until she has checked the neighborhood. Sara gets dressed, and then she runs out into the yard. Sara remembers the swans and is suddenly convinced that this is where Charlie has gone. Mary comes out of her house as Sara is running past, and...

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