A Lost Lady - Part One, Chapter Two Summary & Analysis

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Part One, Chapter Two Summary

As Mrs. Forrester is arranging roses in the bay window of her home one day, a group of boys walk up to the house with fishing poles and lunch boxes. Among these boys is Niel Herbert who is Judge Pommeroy's nephew. The boys decide Niel should be the one to ask Mrs. Forrester permission to fish on her property but it is instead George Adams who steps forward and asks permission. Mrs. Forrester asks the group of boys if they are happy school is out, asking specifically about Niel. After the boys leave to fish, Mrs. Forrester asks her cook to bake a pan of cookies for the boys' lunch.

When Mrs. Forrester brings the cookies, George stands as she walks up to them. Niel follows his example. Mrs. Forrester chats easily with the boys. Even at...

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