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Daughters of the House - Study Guide Chapter 22, The Dark Glasses Summary & Analysis

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Soeur Dosithée has died. Thérèse rubs her face against her father's sleeve, hoping to convince Louis to let her go to her godmother's funeral. Louis refuses. Upstairs, the girls play Carmelites in a game called "All for Love." Léonie, as the devil's handmaid, has no success at distracting Thérèse, so the two decide to play martyrs instead. The girls pretend to torture each other. Thérèse plays a Christian, and Léonie pretends to be a lion, attacking Thérèse. The latter pretends to do a miracle, producing a caramel that turns the lion into a docile pet. However, Léonie leaps and tackles Thérèse, and it seems that the lion has won. Thérè...

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