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The River Why - Book Three, Characters in Nature: Little, But Strong and Closing the Door Summary & Analysis

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Book Three, Characters in Nature: Little, But Strong and Closing the Door Summary

Gus goes to his parents home and walks right in the door. When he arrives, however, they all seem very nervous to see him and tell him they were playing Musical Chairs, which Gus does not believe. He walks out the door and heads towards the US Grant Creek, otherwise known as the Sisisicu to the local Indians. He starts walking beside it and wonders where its source is now. He is depressed by how dirty and clouded it is compared to how it once was. After a false start into a commercial building, Gus finally discovers the source of the Sisisicu located under an imitation Liberty Bell under a mock Independence Hall.

That evening, back at home, as his parents...

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