The Orchard Keeper - Study Guide Pages 196 - 215 Summary & Analysis

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Gifford is questioning a storekeep named Huffaker about Ownby. Huffaker tells him that Ownby comes by the store occasionally, but not in any predictable fashion. He asks if the old man is in any trouble, but Gifford does not reveal anything; he just says he needs to talk to him about something. Gifford returns each day—evidently, he does not think there is much hope of finding Ownby out in the wilderness—hoping to catch him. After about a week, Ownby finally shows up and Gifford arrests him. Ownby does not resist but only pleads with Gifford to allow Scout, his dog, to come along. He even tries opening the doors on Gifford's cruise to let Scout in, but Gifford refuses and threatens to add resisting arrest to the rest of Ownby's charges. Scout watches in the distance as the car, with his...

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