The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley - Firebird - Weathervanes Summary & Analysis

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In “Firebird,” even though Loo had not been attending classes, Principal Gunderson arranged for her to graduate high school on two conditions. The conditions were to write a paper for biology and to work at the Sawtooth. She sensed Hawley was angrier and more anxious since she had gone to the party.

Loo had not yet returned the Firebird to Mabel. She enjoyed the freedom it gave her. One day when she drove out to a deserted beach to think she spotted a person in the water. She first imagined it was her mother but it turned out to be Marshall Hicks. He explained he had been sitting on the beach, sketching, when a rogue wave washed the clipboard with his mother’s petition out to sea. Marshall had gone in after it. Because Marshall did not want to go home Loo...

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