The Aviary - Chapters 26-32 Summary & Analysis

Kathleen O'Dell
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Chapter 26

Daphne arrives at the mansion to find that Clara had already begun preparations for the next day. The girls have laid out a plan to trap Booth once he is inside the boiler room. Rat traps had been purchased, tacks and glue are in place, and Clara is biding her time before she procures the lye to stash in the rafters. Daphne is impressed. Daphne asks to speak to the birds. The birds are hesitant, but they speak to Daphne who is amazed. The birds give Daphne a single feather from each. Daphne and Clara declare their sisterhood.

Chapter 27

Clara visits Ruby in her room and asks her to promise not to sign any documents at the lawyer’s office the next day. Ruby is afraid she cannot stand up to the lawyers and to Harriet, whom she calls “the most willful...

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