Betsey Brown - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

At last, the crises seem to have ended. One afternoon, Jane and Greer even enjoy a late afternoon of languid love making before the children return from school, and when she asks why they don't do this more often, he points out that she's been gone. However, Jane does not want to discuss her "vacation," as she thinks of it.

Carrie has given each of the Brown children chores that not only help keep the house looking good, they make the children feel good about themselves. Everything seems to have fallen into place. Then one Monday morning, Carrie does not show up for work. Betsey tries to cover for her, but her mother and grandmother will not let her do any of the things that Carrie has taught her to do. Betsey shouts at them, and is reprimanded for her impudence.

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