Wolf by the Ears - May 1820, Two Days Later Summary & Analysis

Ann Rinaldi
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May 1820, Two Days Later Summary

Harriet sleeps for a long two days before her mother finally manages to wake her. Sally tells Harriet that she must get up because Randolph has been asking about her. Harriet should dress and thank Mr. Randolph for helping her. Harriet dresses, a changed girl now. Everything seems different to her. Harriet asks Sally if everyone is talking about her. Sally assures her that everyone has better things to discuss.

Sally informs Harriet that she told Jefferson what happened and that Jefferson banished Bankhead from Monticello for the summer. Sally says that Jefferson would have made it forever if not for his granddaughter. Sally also tells Harriet that Jefferson has allowed her the week off and that he wants to see her. However, he does not want to see her today. Today, Harriet is to meet with...

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