The Collected Stories of Jean Stafford - Part 2, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 10 Summary

May and Daniel moved to the North at the request of Daniel's doctor, Doctor Tellenbach. Viewing through their front window of their new home, this husband and wife spy an antique sleigh covered in the winter snow. They do not speak and, for this, May is uncomfortable. They had arrived in the summer. After the seclusion of her husband in a sanitarium for nearly a year, their arrival in this Northern climate at their new house had been like a second honeymoon. May and Daniel took long walks together, talked, and rowed together on the lake.

Fall limited some of their entertainment. Daniel's illness returns and May is nearly inconsolable when her husband begins to ignore her. They talk little, and then not at all. May approaches Daniel about a walk, and he snappishly returns that he could not. Their altercation...

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