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Daughters of the House - Chapter 47, The Statue Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 47, The Statue Summary

Thérèse dreams of Antoinette. Thérèse watches as her mother's body is mended and prepared for burial by women from the convent. Léonie comes out of the corner and moves her fist over the body, letting a stream of sand spell a word. Thérèse wakes and kneels on the floor by her bed to pray. She imagines the edges of a photograph and that Léonie is smiling. She goes downstairs to look at the photographs. Léonie has added photographs that Thérèse has not seen. There is a photo of Léonie and Baptiste on their wedding day and a photo of the couple's three girls. There is no photograph of Thérèse at her clothing ceremony, though Louis...

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