I. The Burial of the Dead
• Every season is listed with the attributes that come with it to prove that April is the cruelest of all the months.
• The narrator talks about visiting his cousin’s house and going on a sled ride that is very scary but also fun.
• Marie spent a lot of time reading during the winter where she felt free and then went South in the spring.
• Marie asks the question of what roots hold onto us and what branches stay steady.
• There is shadow under a red rock where the narrator wants the reader to join Marie so she can show them something new and meaningful.
• Marie was given hyacinths once by someone special and was nicknamed for this, but now the hyacinths are gone along with the relationship with the person who brought them.
• Madame Sosostris is a fortune teller who is...
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