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The Summer of the Swans Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22 Summary

Betsy Byars
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Chapter 22 Summary

Sara and Joe walk Charlie out of the woods and are met in the vacant field by the other searchers. Someone gets Aunt Willie. The swans begin to fly away from the lake while they wait, and Sara tries to get Charlie to look at them. Charlie, though, is not interested. Charlie runs to Aunt Willie when she arrives, and the two embrace before leaving without a word to Sara.

Sara feels happy and light. Sara thinks she is alone at first, but Joe stands behind her. Joe asks Sara if she wants to go to the party that night. Sara hesitates, unsure he is really asking her. Joe explains that it will be a lame party with Bennie and his band playing a bunch of songs. Sara agrees to go and runs home to change.

Chapter 22 Analysis

Sara feels wonderful now, and she does not know...

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