When Women Were Birds - Chapters XXX-XXXIV Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter XXX, Williams describes an encounter she saw between a squirrel and weasel.

In Chapter XXXI, Williams describes Joseph, a man with whom she went on a walk in the Idaho wilderness even though it went against her instincts. Joseph began acting more and more strangely during their walk until he finally raised a double-edged ax at her. She believed he intended to kill her and ran away. When she arrived back late at the camp where she was working as a teacher’s assistant, she did not tell her supervising professor what had happened when he asked. She was afraid she might have been wrong about Joseph and his intentions. She did write a letter to Brooke in which she described the incident. A few days later Joseph walked up behind Williams in the kitchen. When Williams spoke her husband’s...

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