The Wish Giver: Three Tales of Coven Tree - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Bill Brittain
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Epilogue Summary

"At Stew Meat's Store" - The epilogue, once again written in the first person narrative voice of Stew Meat, describes how, just as he's closing up his shop for the night, he's visited by Polly, Rowena and Adam, all of whom are desperate for him to use his wish card to rid them of their troubles. At one point, Polly's desperation gets the better of her and she starts speaking sharply, triggering her croaking. When Stew Meat sees the trouble she's genuinely in, he realizes that all three of the "young'uns" are in a bad place, gets out his wish card, and makes his wish (see "Quotes", p. 176). He feels the red spot grow warm beneath his thumb, and a moment later they all realize that Polly can speak normally again. Stew Meat comments, in narration, that at about the same time, Rowena's...

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