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A Summer to Die Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

Molly comes home and is almost unbearable. Lydia is catering to her every beck and call. If her mother asks her how she is feeling too often, Molly becomes angry and storms off to her room. Their parents never comment on Molly's grouchy personality which is unusual for them. They usually don't put up with bad behavior. Meg notices that her mother is talking less and that her father seems tense and unusually silent. Meg figures that part of Molly's grouchiness is that she doesn't look as pretty as she usually had. She has lost weight and is pale. And, worst of all, her beautiful curly blond hair is falling out due to the medication she has to take. Meg finally realizes that her parents are depressed.

Will begins coming to the house three days a week for his darkroom class. He is very kind to Molly...

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