"Sylvia would have liked him vastly better without his gun..."
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Sylvia’s feelings about the young hunter have changed since their first meeting. She enjoys his companionship as they spend the day together, but she is still troubled by his killing song birds in the woods.
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"Sylvia felt as if she too could go flying away among the clouds...."
See in text (Part II)
In climbing the tall pine, Sylvia enters a part of the natural world that is new to her, and the experience is thrilling. She identifies with the freedom of the hawks flying nearby.