Christy - Chapters 31 - 32 Summary & Analysis

Catherine Marshall
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Chapters 31 - 32 Summary

Fairlight gives Christy the understanding of friendship that forges a bond between them that is closer than Christy even has with her family. This friendship is integral in Christy's understanding of who she is. During these wonderful jaunts into the woods where the mint and berries grow, or by a stream with its weeping willow shade, Christy and Fairlight savor one another's presence. Fairlight writes poetry for Christy, writing "I love you for what you are making of me. I love you for what I am when I am with you" (chap. 31, p. 345). These times of peaceful reflection often find Christy thinking about David's proposal, and whether he really means what he says. She knows he is falling in love with her. Up in the heights of the mountains where Christy longs to be, she realizes that Dr. MacNeill's "starter force...

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