The Yearling - Study Guide Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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It is a cool, sunny morning in March, and Penny fairly glows at breakfast. The day is perfect for planting, and he declares he will plant all day today, tomorrow, and the next day. He assigns Jody the task of setting in the tobacco seedlings, much as he would love to do it himself. Flag has disappeared into the woods, and Jody plants all morning, taking his time. At dinnertime Penny is disappointed that only half the tobacco bed is filled, although all the plants have been set in. Jody offers to help him with the other planting now, and they seed the cornfield together, finishing just after the rain has begun.

Flag bounds in out of the woods, and Jody catches Penny eyeing him in a cold, unpleasant manner, almost like he eyed Slewfoot. Then Penny notes that both Jody and Flag are yearlings now, growing...

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