The Yearling - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

Jody and Flag wander into the scrub, Jody insisting that he simply will not shoot the deer. They can beat him, they can kill him, but he will not do it. He imagines fierce arguments with his parents and even a vicious beating, but he vows he will not do the deed. Finally he throws himself on the ground and sobs until he is weak and dizzy. Gradually he formulates a plan. He will ask Buck Forrester to take Flag to Jacksonville and sell him to a park where people come to see the deer. He himself will raise cash crops and save money to visit Flag. Someday he will have a place of his own and get Flag back...

He gets to the Forresters only to find that all the boys have gone to Kentucky, horse-trading. He pours out his problem concisely to Ma and Pa...

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