Anecdotes of Destiny ; and, Ehrengard - Tempests, XII- XVII, pp. 103-132 Summary & Analysis

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Tempests, XII- XVII, pp. 103-132 Summary

XII. Ferdinand- Malli thinks of visiting the sailor Ferdinand, but finds out that he has just died. He had been injured during the shipwreck, and finally dies of his wounds. Malli recalls her own childhood and her poverty as she views the dead body. Back at the Hosewinckel house, Mrs. Hosewinckel sees that Malli is upset, and stops all visits and celebrations involving Malli. XIII. The Altar Cloth— Malli appreciates Mrs. Hosewinckel's decision to shield her from public view. Frau Hosewinckel prays for divine intervention, since nothing about Ferdinand, or Malli's time in the theater troupe, reveals to Frau Hosewinckel what is wrong with the girl. The only thing that comforts Malli is to help Frau Hosewinckel sew an altar cloth.

XIV. Old Folk and Old Tales— Jochum Hosewinckel is growing old, and...

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