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Charlotte's Web - Chapter 14 – Dr. Dorian Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary - Dr. Dorian

The next day, Fern and her mother are washing dishes at the kitchen sink when Fern begins to talk to Mrs. Arable about Charlotte. She tells her what a great storyteller Charlotte is, and relates the two tales Charlotte told Wilbur the day before. Mrs. Arable, of course, is unbelieving, and though she herself gets caught up in the story, she scolds Fern for "inventing … wild tales." She tells Fern that she would prefer her not to spend so much time alone in the barn, but Fern insists that she's not alone - her best friends are in the barn - and she heads for the Zuckermans.'

After Fern leaves, her mother continues to worry, until finally she decides to pay a visit to the family doctor, Dr. Dorian. She explains her concerns, but instead of sharing them, he says that...

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