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Daughters of the House Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3, The Doorbell Summary

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Chapter 3, The Doorbell Summary

Thérèse arrives by bus. She has not left the monastery for twenty years, and she feels vulnerable and uncomfortable in public. Thérèse is aware that the other passengers staring at her. In town, Thérèse notices the graveyard where her father, mother, and aunt are buried. In a corner is Henri Taillé's grave, which recently has been opened. Vandals have drawn swastikas on the tombs. Thérèse has read about this in the news, and she decides to look at it later. When she reaches the house, the lights are off. As Thérèse approaches the door, it opens and she is greeted by Léonie, who stares angrily.

Chapter 3, The Doorbell Analysis

Thérèse feels vulnerable being out in...

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