The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate - Chapters 19 and 20 Summary & Analysis

Jacqueline Kelly
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Chapters 19 and 20 Summary

Callie is sulking in her room and knitting a sock when Granddaddy calls and asks for her help. He thinks his pecan whiskey sample is ready to be checked. He observes it, smells it and then tastes it, and says it tastes like cat piss. However, he tells Callie that they should celebrate the failure because when an experiment succeeds, it ends, which is sad. Callie records the results in their log book, including the cat piss description.

In Chapter 20, Callie is continuing with her cycle of schoolwork, piano practice and cooking lessons, but tries to find time with her grandfather whenever she can. It is now October, the month when Callie, Lamar, Sul Ross and Sam Houston all celebrate their birthdays. To their dismay, their parents announce that rather than having a separate party for each of them, there will...

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