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Daughters of the House Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 30, The Quimper Dish Summary

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Chapter 30, The Quimper Dish Summary

Thérèse is feverish, and she stays in bed demanding companionship because she claims that she sees the Devil hiding behind the curtains. Léonie sits by her cousin's side, still unable to cry about her aunt's death. Léonie makes a big deal about how much work it will be for her to prepare lunch all on her own, and she goes downstairs and gets out the antique Quimper bowl. Léonie then leaves, climbs over the wall at the back of the property, and enters the forest. The vision of the woman appears again. Thérèse, meanwhile, feels compelled to help Léonie. Thérèse rushes out of the house without giving Victorine a chance to question her. While Thérèse knows she...

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