The Snow Child - Part 3: Chapters 36-41 Summary & Analysis

Eowyn Ivey
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In Chapter 36, after living in Alaska eight years Mabel realized she was in love with the wildlife and the land. Faina had come and gone with each winter and spring. They had continued their friendship with George and Esther, and had grown accustomed to the Alaskan seasons. Mabel sketched Faina as she grew and changed each year. These sketches were tucked into the “Snow Maiden” book. She no longer tried to make her stay but let her come and go freely. Faina also remained unseen by anyone but Jack and Mabel.

In Chapter 37 Garrett had his gun sights set on a fox he believed might be the one that Jack had asked him many years ago not to shoot. Garrett had thought he’d missed his chance to shoot the animal but then realized it had stopped at the edge of the...

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