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The Yearling - Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 27 Summary

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hutto and Grandma depart for Boston in the morning. Penny says an emotional goodbye to Grandma and Jody swears to himself that he will now be forever loyal to Oliver. He even finds things to like about Twink. The latter hands him a Christmas gift: a round box for his gunpowder. The Baxter family heads for home now in the wagon, Jody, settling in exhaustion between his parents, filled up with all the good things that have happened to him in the past three days. Penny patiently explains to Ora why it was necessary to turn Oliver off the trail to kill the Forresters, and why no court of law will ever be able to convict them of setting fire to Grandma's house. True to her character, Ma would have "had the law on them baboons" and still insists on calling Twink a...

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