Christy - Chapters 15 - 16 Summary & Analysis

Catherine Marshall
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Chapters 15 - 16 Summary

Planting interrupts school for the children, so Christy makes good use of the time having her reading and writing lessons with Fairlight and with her newest adult student, Opal McHone. This brings a glaring problem to light. In order to include more adult classes, there will have to be another teacher and more supplies. Dr. Ferrand's efforts are divided among his seventeen missions scattered throughout four states. Copying some of the efforts of Queen Esther from the Bible's book of Esther, Christy decides to meet with the richest man she knows in Knoxville, Mr. Hazen L. Smith. Following Esther's example, Christy wears her best dress, gets her hair done, and buys a new hat for the occasion. Christy refuses to look like a drab, mousy missionary. Lastly, Christy keeps the reminder from Miss Alice in mind about Dr. Ferrand's fundraising philosophy...

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