The Dollmaker - Chapters 13, 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13, 14 and 15 Summary

These chapters tell of the many adjustments Gertie and her family have to make in their new life in the city, and introduce the element of religious conflict into the story.

Chapter 13 - Gertie struggles to get her children into their new, unfamiliar snowsuits for their walk to school for their first day. As she waits for them to finish, she sees the excited Enoch, who has hurried to get ready so he can get to school faster, get bullied by some of the neighbor children. She says nothing when he comes back in the house, knowing he is happier if he thinks he can take care of himself, and then gathers all the birth and vaccination certificates she needs, deciding to place them in one of her hand carved baskets in spite of Clytie telling her, with some embarrassment, that...

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