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Daughters of the House - Chapter 34, The Water Bottle Summary & Analysis

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Léonie accompanies Victorine to pick tomatoes in the garden, sorting them into baskets of red or green. They see Louis, who is sitting in his workshop, turning a Quimper dish piece in his hands. Thérèse arrives, and the two girls make their way to the cemetery. Thérèse fills a water bottle from a tap at the side of the graveyard and returns with it to lay flowers at the grave. The girls leave the cemetery, arguing about Baptiste and about the previous evening. As they near the clearing, Rose appears and tells them to stay away from the woods. Monsieur le Curé is performing an exorcism by having holy water flung at the stones. Thérèse drops to her knees and tries to kiss the priest's hand...

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