The Aviary - Chapters 13-19 Summary & Analysis

Kathleen O'Dell
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Chapter 13

Clara is unable to contact Daphne for several days. She is anxious but it seems as if her mother and Ruby are purposely not giving her the opportunity to contact Daphne. Clara hopes that Daphne will get in touch with her. Clara checks their secret spot every day but no letters come. Finally, Clara receives a letter from Daphne. Included with it is a letter from Mr. Booth. Booth tells the tale of the Glendoveers, dispelling the myths perpetrated by the town. Clara feels better about the situation and decides to speak to her mother.

While Clara is pondering the mystery, she hears a racket at the window and turns to see the white cockatoo knocking with its beak.

Chapter 14

Clara has a revelation and realizes that the white cockatoo is really George William, the eldest of the Glendoveer children. He was...

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