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Daughters of the House - Chapter 43, The Slotted Spoon Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 43, The Slotted Spoon Summary

Thérèse is nonchalant when she returns to the kitchen. She announces that the bishop and the priest will be coming for lunch. Rose and Victorine hurriedly prepare the meal. Léonie pulls the cookie jar toward her and begins reading a letter. Thérèse becomes upset, and Léonie offers to trade secrets with her cousin. Thérèse assumes that Léonie's secret is about Baptiste's crush on Thérèse, but this is not Léonie's secret. Thérèse agrees that her cousin can read one carefully chosen letter. Léonie and Thérèse trade criticisms about the fish sauce. Thérèse criticizes Madeleine's cooking, and Léonie corrects her, telling Thé...

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