Catherine, Called Birdy - March through June Summary & Analysis

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March through June Summary

In March, Robert leaves with his wife, and Catherine imagines her own fancy wedding. The weather is getting warmer, and Edward sends books for lent. The estate has visitors again, including a boring girl named Agnes, who Catherine shoves into an eel pie. During Lent, Catherine questions some of her religious teachings, including the story of Lazarus, among others. Later, she gets locked into her room for having a spitting contest. She is excited when a beautiful foster boy, Geoffrey, comes to stay. The manor receives a message from Shaggy Beard, who wants to marry Catherine himself. Her mother talks to her about her duty, but Catherine still considers running away, though she talks to Perkin about it and they realize that her options are limited. Later in the month is the celebration of the New Year. The engagement...

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