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Cradle and All Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book Two: Chapters 43- 49 Summary

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Book Two: Chapters 43- 49 Summary

In Ireland, Colleen is tired of being cooped up and is feeling very lonely. A solitary ride on her horse brings her to a gathering of gypsies. Colleen remembers the day, just six months ago, when one of the gypsies approached her. Before that day, Colleen had scorned the gypsies just like others were prone to do. But on that day a gypsy recognized that Colleen was special. She also noted that Colleen was pregnant, although she was still very early in her pregnancy. Colleen remembers this interaction happily. In her recollection, it was nice to feel connected to another person. They were both outcasts, although for different reasons. Following her interaction with the gypsy, Colleen found herself drawn to the local hospital's maternity ward. She now returns to the meadow known as Liffey Glade. It is her serenity spot, much...

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