A Month in the Country - Section 3 (pages 49-74) Summary & Analysis

J. L. Carr
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Section 3 Summary (pages 49-74)

The summer in Oxgodby is wonderful. The meadows are green and the woods are leafed out. Birkin feels content living there and working on the painting. He thinks that he could go on and on like this. The days fall into a similar pattern: eating breakfast in the bell tower, shaving in the graveyard, sharing a cup of tea with Moon, having a short mid-day break, and working until six or seven in the evening. A few days after Birkin's visit to the Keach's, Kathy comes to visit him. She is out of school for the summer. She asks him if he's thought about staying in Oxgodby. She suggests that he could work as a rent collector or a schoolteacher. Kathy admits that her parents are very fond of Birkin and that everyone in town would miss him if...

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