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Water for Elephants Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 Summary

Sara Gruen
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Chapter 21 Summary

The next morning Marlena insists on returning to the circus in time to perform her act. Jacob tries to talk her out of it, wishing they could run away together right then. However, Jacob is afraid to leave Walter and Camel without protection. They discuss the situation and decide to wait until they reach Providence to make their escape so that Camel will be cared for. Walter is not happy about this plan, however, because it leaves him alone. Jacob offers to take him with him when he runs away, but Walter is not happy about this idea, either. Later, Jacob is called to see Uncle Al. Jacob comes up with a scheme in which he convinces Uncle Al that Marlena needs distance from August in order to miss him. Jacob assures Uncle Al this scheme will be a sure way to get the couple back together...

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