The Wind Done Gone - Chapters 37-48 Summary & Analysis

Alice Randall
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Chapters 37-48 Summary

In Chapter 37, Cynara thinks about her own mortality as she walks through Atlanta. Cynara also thinks that R. is something of a hypocrite in the fact that he still calls Charleston his home despite how the people there treated him before the war.

In Chapter 38, Cynara sends a message to Jeems to come get a cake for Garlic and then spends most of the day baking a special cake. However, Cynara learns that Jeems has already left Atlanta.

In Chapter 39, Jeems surprises Cynara by stopping by her house. Jeems tells Cynara he is going to Tennessee to work on a horse farm. Jeems also tells Cynara how he once was beaten because he allowed her to ride a horse like a man. Jeems also tells Cynara how the twins' mother took him from his own mother as an infant so that...

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