A Summer to Die - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Meg dreams of Molly repeatedly. In her happy dreams, Molly is always her old self. The happy, beautiful girl with long curly blond hair. It makes waking up to see her empty bed all the more difficult. There are also darker dreams, nightmarish ones in which Molly is stumbling in a field of dried up flowers trying to reach Meg. She even has dreams of Maria's baby being born. But the baby is old and and looks near death. In the dream, Molly is there and has all the answers to the mysteries of life but won't share them. Meg tells her father about her dreams and he says they are based in reality. She knows that she and Molly will be separated and she is resisting that reality.

Meg is upset that her parents haven't told her how bad Molly really is. Charles had told her...

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