Bread Givers - Chapters XIX and XX Summary & Analysis

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Chapters XIX and XX Summary

Sara feels bad that she did not give her mother the understanding she needed. In keeping with her mother's dying wish that someone watch over Reb, Sara visits him every day after school. She says begins wearing his best clothes every day, polishing his shoes and eats three times a day at Mrs. Feinstein's. Reb extols Mrs. Feinstein's virtues, saying she is a "diamond treasure" and that she works to make him happy. Sara believes the woman to be merely scheming how to get her hands on Reb's "lodge money" from Shenah's death, but feels she cannot explain it to Reb. A few days later, Sara arrives at Reb's apartment and he says he has something to tell her. She says she feels something terrible coming and he reveals that he and Mrs. Feinstein have married because...

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