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Daughters of the House Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 49, The Alarm Clock Summary

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Chapter 49, The Alarm Clock Summary

Léonie wakes as the sun comes in the window. She looks at her mother's old alarm clock and wonders if the clock has stopped, because it reads six a.m. Léonie is not sure of the time. Baptiste wakes sleepily beside her and pulls the duvet over their heads. Léonie tells him that she had a violent dream about Thérèse but that she cannot remember the details. Léonie feels anxiety, though she cannot identify the cause. She does what she usually does to reduce her anxiety, which is to take an inventory of the objects in the house.

Léonie feels wind blowing into the room, though she has shut the window. Léonie intuits a memory and senses it taking shape in the air. She sees...

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