Centennial - Chapter Six Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six Summary

Levi Zandt is the youngest of five brothers and lives in the home with all of them and his mother, his father having died. The family is Mennonite and is harshly governed by the eldest brother, Mahlon, who at thirty-three has finally decided which girl he wishes to marry. The girl, named Becky Stolzfus, has also attracted the attention of Levi and the two share a lunch one day when both families are in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, selling the goods they each market. Later, Becky jumps in the sleigh with Levi when he delivers all the meats left over from the market to a nearby orphanage where a young girl named Elly Zahm is used as little more than a slave. On the ride home, Becky teases Levi and he clumsily tries to kiss her, but when she pull away he tears...

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