A Summer to Die - Study Guide Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Molly takes a piece of white chalk and draws a line across the carpet, up the wall on one side and then on the other. She toldtells Meg that she can be a slob on her side of the room and not to cross the line over to her side. Molly is prettier than Meg but Meg is smarter. Meg wants to become important someday. All Molly wants is to be Mrs. Somebody and have lots of kids. The sisters are very different in other ways: Molly is easy going and confident while Meg is unsure and impetuous.

It is difficult for Molly to share a room with Meg. She can't shed a tear if she feels like it without a having to give her sister a big explanation. And when she is trying to write a poem, she can't say the words out loud to see...

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