The Underneath - Chapters 74-82 Summary & Analysis

Kathi Appelt
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In Chapter 74, Gar Face tracks the Alligator King, who toys with the man, changing locations often and not always letting the man know where he was. In her jar, Grandmother remembers all of the names she has been given through the years. Mother is the one that is most precious.

In Chapter 75, Hawk Man is angry with himself for not discussing the rule with Night Song. He sleeps as his daughter slips out of the hut. He thinks of returning to his avian form, but remembers his daughter.

In Chapter 76, the Alligator King enjoys toying with Gar Face, but knows he will make a mistake. Grandmother knows about mistakes and the price they carry.

In Chapter 77, Puck, also, is haunted by the memory of what has happened because of his mistake. As he sits outside his tree den, Puck sees the hummingbird, then...

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