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Chapter 27, The Camp Bed Summary

After finding Thérèse on the floor praying, Madeleine decides that Léonie should be moved into Thérèse's room. Thérèse resents the other girl's presence and threatens to never speak to Léonie again. Madeleine had previously sewn nightdresses for the girls, which turn out to be see-through near a light. The girls had laughed because they could see each other's bodies, so Madeleine then made more conservative nightdresses. The girls, in these new nightgowns, stand by Antoinette's bed and wish her good night. Antoinette slips back into semi-consciousness, and the girls return to the bedroom upstairs. To coax Thérèse out of her silence, Léonie suggests a midnight picnic on the roof. When they return to the bedroom, Thérè...

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