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A Fall of Marigolds - Chapter 6: Clara - Chapter 10: Taryn Summary & Analysis

Susan Meissner
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Chapter 6: Clara—Ellis Island, August 1911

In Chapter 6 Clara describes the course of the illness scarlet fever in detail using the technique of personification. Clara reflects on how she could have given Lily's book and annulment letter to the incinerator, yet she chose not to and instead felt the burden of guilt for knowing Lily's secret when her husband, Andrew, did not. Clara caught up with Dolly and told her she had something to tell her later. She apologized to Mrs. Crowley, the warden, for being distracted. Clara returned to Andrew in the infirmary and reassured him that she saved the sketchbook and that she was going to store it in her nurse's quarters. Andrew asked her to give his brother the book if he did not survive the fever. She gave him the keys to the trunk and told him...

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