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The Witch of Blackbird Pond - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George Speare
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Chapter 21 Summary

In April, two forthcoming weddings are announced at the Meeting House. Judith and William Ashby, Mercy and John Holbrook are the two happy couples. Judith has been making her dowry for years, but Mercy has to start from scratch. Mercy doesn't seem very concerned, though. Everybody is happily making plans. With John to help, a load will be taken off Matthew.

Kit is also preparing to leave; yet she has not told anyone. She knows that they will protest, but she really won't be missed. She is planning on selling her dresses to finance her trip. One day, while she is out in the meadows, she realizes that she loves Nat. She misses him, and wonders if it is too late. Will she ever see him again?

One day in May, a new ketch comes into dock. Kit joins the crowd to see the novelty. Kit is...

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