Christy - Chapters 43 - 46 Summary & Analysis

Catherine Marshall
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Chapters 43 - 46 Summary

Lundy is healing, but Dr. MacNeill's concern increases because the boy has lost a lot of weight and will be hungry. The tricky part of convalescence from a lengthy typhoid bout comes when the patient feels better and wants food . . . solid food. Dr. MacNeill warns Lundy that eating solid food too soon could potentially perforate his bowels, and he could die. Now, in addition to nursing the other typhoid patients, they women must keep an eye on Lundy to make certain that he does not eat any solid food. In the meantime, Christy hears that Bessie Coburn has recovered from typhoid but that her mother is ill and no has time or energy to help. Christy feels so tired from the endless nursing, but she cannot allow her student to be the only one to care for her ailing mother. Finding...

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