West of the Moon - The Golden Wreath; The Birch Tree; The Magic Ball of Yarn Summary & Analysis

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Summary

In “The Golden Wreath,” Astri says she and Greta have to push Spinning Girl to keep walking along. They are being chased but Spinning Girl can't go fast so they often have to stop and hide. They move westward and stop to rest by a lake where Spinning Girl makes “wreaths of primroses and bluebells.” Astri tells Greta some of what she knows about Spinning Girl. Astri assures Greta that she has figured out all the details of how to get to America. She secretly wonders how she's going to take care of the three of them. They sit down to a picnic consisting of the food they took from the wedding feast.

In “The Birch Tree,” Astri wakes in the gloomy forest. Astri looks at her reflection in the lake and sees a...

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