1. Why doesn’t Granny want Dr. Harry attending to her?
To Granny, Dr. Harry is just a schoolboy. He is much younger than Granny is, and she doesn’t think he can do anything to help her.
2. What reason does Granny give Dr. Harry for taking to her bed?
Granny tells Dr. Harry that she isn’t really sick. She has just taken to her bed to get rid of Cornelia.
3. What does Granny say about her past illnesses?
Granny tells Dr. Harry that he wasn’t even around when she survived some nasty illnesses. She was able to recover from milk-leg and double pneumonia before he was even born.
4. After Dr. Harry leaves in the morning, what sounds does Granny hear?
After Dr. Harry leaves, Granny listens to what she thinks are leaves rustling outside the window. Then she believes that the sounds she hears are the sounds of swishing newspapers. She changes her mind and finally decides that the sounds are Cornelia and Dr. Harry whispering.
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