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Almost Heaven Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 15-16 Summary

Judith McNaught
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Chapters 15-16 Summary

Over breakfast the next morning, Ian is kinder for a time, but then reverts back to his pettiness by teasing Elizabeth for being a spoiled, rich girl, unaware of her true circumstances. Elizabeth brushes off Ian's cruel remarks, telling Duncan about her joy of bargaining with the merchants in the village near Havenhurst. Elizabeth makes it sound like a game rather than a method of survival. After breakfast, Elizabeth goes out into the yard and discovers an old tree house. Elizabeth climbs into the tree house and finds a treasure box that clearly belonged to Ian as a child. Elizabeth opens it and finds a sketchbook, a seashell, and a ring. Elizabeth looks through the sketches and discovers beautifully rendered portraits of a middle aged couple and a beautiful young woman. Elizabeth takes the sketchbook and ring with her when she leaves the tree house...

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