Christy - Chapters 13 - 14 Summary & Analysis

Catherine Marshall
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Chapters 13 - 14 Summary

Getting to know the isolated and suspicious mountain folk is one of Christy's goals. By deciding to visit with every family of the children in her school, Christy sets out to form relationships. Her first official call proves difficult. Ruby Mae Morrison is estranged from her mother and stepfather, so Christy decides to try to mend the rift. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison are stubbornly suspicious and make no effort to converse when Christy comes. Her visit is awkward, short, and disappointing. The next visit, however, is very different. The Spencer cabin is where Christy witnessed Bob Allen's injury and met many mountain people the day she walked from El Pano with Mr. Pentland. The Spencers had prepared for Teacher's visit by cleaning the two room cabin, gathering beautiful leaves from the forest and putting them in bowls, and picking the first...

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