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Daughters of the House - Study Guide Chapter 46, The Cigarette Summary & Analysis

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Léonie and Thérèse have reunited. Léonie hurls criticisms at her cousin, jabbing a cigarette in the air as she speaks. Thérèse remembers how it had snowed on the day of her clothing. She is hurt that Léonie did not attend this ceremony. Léonie is wary of Thérèse's motives and feels that Thérèse is here to stir up painful secrets from the past. Léonie accuses Thérèse of having returned so that the villagers will give her attention again. Léonie finally confronts Thérèse, accusing her of having lied about her visions. Thérèse admits that she was mistaken and that she would like to set the...

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