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The Witch of Blackbird Pond Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20 Summary

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 20 Summary

The first snow begins to fall. Kit has never seen snow before and is fascinated by its beauty. As time goes by, she begins to feel depressed and lonely.

When she meets with William after the trial, Kit is very disappointed with his attitude. He tells her that he is ready to forget and forgive her for what has passed. Now that Hannah Tupper has left, maybe she will forget all the nonsense and leave Prudence to her own devices. Kit realizes that she will never able to depend on him to give her the support she needs. William also realizes that he will never be able to accept her free-spirited behavior. It is for the best that they not carry their relationship any further.

Meanwhile, two militiamen come back to town, and their news is not the best. They report that the Indians have attacked their...

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