The Underneath - Chapters 67-73 Summary & Analysis

Kathi Appelt
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Summary

In Chapter 67, Puck sees the hummingbird occasionally. The loblolly pine, who thinks of the kitten as his now, knows he needs to get to the other side of the creek.

In Chapter 68, the story once again returns to a thousand years ago. Night Hawk is alarmed when he wakes up and notices Night Song is gone. Night Song cries as she knows her husband is looking for her. She feels betrayed and deceived by Grandmother. Grandmother, meanwhile, is not sorry she did not tell Night Song about the rule. She doesn’t even care that her daughter is unhappy.

In Chapter 69, Night Song’s daughter wakes, hearing the beating of the birds’ wings and her father’s voice calling. She knows something is wrong. She carries the jar her mother has made for her to the bank of the creek. On the bank...

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