The Witch of Blackbird Pond - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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One day after helping her aunt to make candles, Kit went to visit Hannah. Rachel suspecting where Kit is going, gives her a tart to take. Though she disapproves of Kit seeing Hannah, she can't take the idea of someone going hungry. Kit finds Nat there fixing the older woman's roof. Kit climbed up and helped him. She enjoyed the easygoing atmosphere that made her feel alive.

Kit confessed to Nat that though she is being well treated, she isn't really happy and that she doesn't fit into the community. Nat is not surprised at this. The two young people got along very well, and talked about different things. Kit discovered that Nat loves reading and has read Shakespeare. When they finished thatching, Hannah gives them supper. Nat insisted on walking Kit home.

They arrive back at the Wood home late. The whole family and William are waiting for Kit...

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