A Summer to Die - Study Guide Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Meg finds February to be the worst month in New England. Her mother thinks April is when everything thaws out and becomes sloppy and muddy. But to Meg and her father February is worse. The snow is old news and boring and the temperature is bitter cold. Meg hasn't been able to walk over to Will's house because it has been so frigid. Her father is experiencing a terrible writer's block and often just sits at the window looking out over the snowy fields.

Charles tells her that Will is a master cabinetmaker and could have earned a great income had he gone off to a big city but instead has chosen to stay on the family farm. Some people believe that Will is crazy and his is known as Loony Willie. Meg defends Will and assures her father that Will is not crazy. He tells Meg...

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