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

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Part Two, Chapter Six Summary

Since they are away or on business, none of Mr. Forrester's closest friends are able to attend his funeral. Judge Pommeroy and Dr. Dennison are his only close friends who serve as pallbearers. Adolph Blum stops by the Forresters' home on the day of the captain's funeral with a bunch of yellow roses for Mrs. Forrester. Mrs. Forrester cries the only time she did the entire day. On the way home from the funeral, Mrs. Forrester tells Judge Pommeroy that she wants the sundial moved to the cemetery for her husband's headstone. She also plans to plant some of his roses nearby.

Part Two, Chapter Six Analysis

Although many people attend his funeral, none of the influential people whom the Forresters had always entertained at their house are able to attend. But it is the simple things...

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