Christy - Chapters 9 - 10 Summary & Analysis

Catherine Marshall
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Chapters 9 - 10 Summary

Christy uses Miss Alice's teachings to accept the tiring ramblings of Ruby Mae. Once Christy thanks God for the ramblings, Christy hears what can only be described as the inner workings of the mountain folk mind. Most mountain folk are reticent. Ruby Mae is a wealth of information. The highlanders are in awe of Miss Alice with her Quaker ways and speech. She has gotten the message across to the mountain people that God loves them and is ready to guide them if they are willing. She does find a wall against the idea that God wants them to be happy, for the mountain people believe that happiness is equated with the pleasures of the world—that if they enjoy themselves, they sin. To Miss Alice, learning to enjoy God's creations is a form of worship, and some of the...

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