Whittington - Section 2, Chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

Alan Armstrong
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Section 2, Chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8 Summary

"The Lady Tells the Barn about Whittington"

When The Lady tells the inhabitants of the barn about Whittington, many say they don't want another predator around; there's enough trouble with the rats. The Lady reminds them all that if it had not been for Bernie giving them a home when they needed one, they'd all be dead (see "Quotes", p. 19 - 1). The animals accept Whittington's presence, but wonder how things will work out (see "Quotes", p. 19 - 2).

"The Animals Tell Whittington about Themselves"

The Lady brings Whittington in the barn, tells him about life with Bernie and the children, and then she and the other animals speak of their background, as individuals and as breeds. Whittington says nothing the whole while, keeping his knowledge about the ancient history of cats to himself. The one-eyed leader of the rats, the...

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