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A Gathering of Days Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18 Summary

Joan W. Blos
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Chapter 18 Summary

The news of the school incident has reached Mr. and Mrs. Hall, indeed. In fact, when the children arrive home from school, Mr. and Mrs. Hall tell Catherine and Matty that will now be home-schooled by Mammann instead of "being subjected to such cruelty." Mr. and Mrs. Hall had intended for Daniel to be home-schooled, too, but Daniel was able to persuade them to allow him to attend school with Asa and David. The lessons begin immediately after breakfast and are intense and fast. Mrs. Shipman tells of the joyful news of Aunt Lucy's pregnancy. One day, when Catherine spreads out her quilt to work on it, her father tells her that her mother would be happy. Instantly, she realizes that he is referring to the stranger in the woods. The next day, Catherine fills a piece of the lace with scented flowers and lays it beside...

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