Whittington - Section 6, Chapters 19, 20, 21 and 22 Summary & Analysis

Alan Armstrong
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Section 6, Chapters 19, 20, 21 and 22 Summary

"Out with the Owls"

One night, Whittington talks Abby, Ben and The Lady into going out and calling for owls. Ben's calls are so successful that one comes flying, and then gets so angry at being fooled that it drops its still warm prey. The prey falls on Ben's shoulder. He screams, and he, Abby and the animals run back to the barn. After Bernie collects Abby and Ben, Whittington and The Lady settle down to sleep.

"Spooker is Sick"

One morning, Abby and Ben notice that Li'l Spooker isn't as active as she usually is. Bernie gets help from the veterinarian, and soon Spooker is back to normal, forgetting "how they'd tied her up and purged her and made her mouth hurt. Forgetting is forgiving."

"Ben's Reading"

Narration describes the beginnings of spring, and how Ben's reading starts...

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