Entwined - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 6 Summary

Azalea wakes from the dream she has over and over again. It's of the conversation she had with her mother right before she went down to the ball on the night her mother died. Azalea checks on her bedmate, Kale, the two year old, and Lily. She goes downstairs to dance in the ballroom. When she looks up, her sisters are standing in the doorway. They join her in the dance. Mr. Pudding catches the girls dancing and Azalea sends them upstairs. Mr. Pudding locks the ballroom and tells the girls he has to write their father about dancing when they should be in mourning.

Chapter 6 Analysis

Dancing is a way for Azalea and her sisters to find some joy and solace in being orphaned by the death of their mother and the abandonment of their father. Additionally, dancing is something the girls...

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