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Daughters of the House - Study Guide Chapter 29, The Bread Basket Summary & Analysis

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Thérèse is in mourning and often stays in bed, feverish. Léonie takes on her cousin's share of their morning chores. Léonie goes to the village to buy bread for breakfast. In the square there are two bakeries side by side. Léonie buys two baguettes from the shop she is not supposed to visit. As she leaves, she meets Baptiste and a group of four boys who block her path and call her names. Léonie runs down the lane by the edge of the woods, and she flicks off a sandal because a strap has become loose. The boys reappear and continue their pursuit. Léonie throws the loaves of bread on the ground and runs through the forest, losing her pursuers. She is in the clearing near the...

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