Frances tells Jim that Antonia has returned to the farm (Book IV, chapter 2). Jim goes to visit Widow Steavens, on the advice of Mrs. Harling, to learn more about what happened to Antonia and to get an opportunity to go visit Antonia himself. (Book IV, chapter 3)
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