West with the Night - Book 1, Chapter 4, Why Do We Fly? Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Chapter 4, Why Do We Fly? Summary and Analysis

Beryl eventually realized that the glint of water she had seen could not be water and turned around to investigate it. Beryl remembered too that Woody had painted his plane shiny silver. When Beryl flew over the pond this time it was clearly Woody's plane. Beryl found a place to land although she could not see movement, smoke, or any other sign of Woody near the plane. Beryl landed in a small clearing and walked over to Woody's plane. Still there was no sign of Woody. Beryl followed a path where the grass had been bent down, calling for Woody, and finally found him lying between two large boulders. Beryl pulled him out and gave him water, happy to find him uninjured and only suffering from dehydration.

While Beryl was helping...

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