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A Fall of Marigolds - Chapter 31: Clara - Chapter 34: Clara Summary & Analysis

Susan Meissner
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Chapter 31: Clara—Ellis Island, September 1911

The next morning, Clara woke up ready to move on. She packed her things and prepared to take the ferry to the mainland where she would then make her way back home to Pennsylvania for a few days. Clara took the train home and talked with her mother in the kitchen. Her mother expressed that she wished Clara had never gone to New York. Clara did not regret it but did wish that she could be free of it.

While home, Clara assisted her father in his practice and wrote to Professor Bartlett and his wife to officially take the nursing position. Back at Ellis, Clara avoided Ethan even though Dolly tried to get her not to. On Tuesday afternoon, Clara went to get an interpreter and ran into Mrs. Crowley, who was talking to...

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