Wolf by the Ears - Early July 1820 Summary & Analysis

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Early July 1820 Summary

On a rare day off, Harriet goes outside and finds her brothers in the carpenters' shed. Everyone is out in the fields harvesting the wheat, so Harriet and Eston are able to talk John Hemings into allowing Madison to take a break for a while so that they can go pick raspberries.

The three siblings pick raspberries and then sit under a tree to eat them. Madison asks about Harriet's lessons, which leads to a discussion about Martha. Martha does not like Madison because Jefferson spends so much time making sure he learns to play his fiddle correctly. Madison then asks if Harriet will leave when her turn comes. Harriet says that all the children have to go when their times come. Eston says that Beverly won't go, but Harriet assures them that he will.

Madison asks if Harriet is going...

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