Whittington - Section 10, Chapters 35, 36, 37 and 38 Summary & Analysis

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Section 10, Chapters 35, 36, 37 and 38 Summary

"Marker Raids the Barn"

The frustrated dog from the farm up the hill, Marker, breaks free of his leash and rushes down into the barn, where he attacks Coraggio. Wilhelmina and Whittington chase him off, but Coraggio seems seriously wounded. Bernie is convinced that he's dead, but Havey noses him gently and he starts moving. Bernie puts him in with Blackie and soon he is able to stand and move again. From then on, narration comments, Havey gave him a lick every time she came to the barn, and Bernie remains convinced that she helped him back to life.

"Dick Decides on the Dangerous Voyage"

Whittington tells how, as Dick worried about losing Mary, the cat climbed into his lap and tried to reassure him, but for the first time he was unable to understand what she had to...

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