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Daughters of the House Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 31, The Dustpan Summary

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Chapter 31, The Dustpan Summary

Léonie and Thérèse arrive home from their experience in the clearing. They are met by reproaches from Victorine and Madeleine. Thérèse admits that she broke the Quimper dish as she ran out the door, following the voice of Our Lady, who compelled her. Madeleine is furious, but this subsides and she turns her anger on Victorine. She calls Victorine an imbecile and orders her to pick up the pieces with her hands instead of with the dustpan. Madeleine confronts Thérèse on the similarity between her "vision" in the clearing and the statue in her room. Thérèse breaks down in tears. Her aunt softens towards Thérèse and comforts her. Léonie wipes her nose on her sleeve and then steals the...

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