Fall on Your Knees - Study Guide Book 4: The Old French Mine, Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 1, Lest We Forget, it is Armistice Day, 1929. Lily marches in the New Waterford parade, carrying the Nova Scotia flag. The town has not changed much, although the company stores are gone and many miners ahve left for Boston and New England. James is a decorated veteran but he has no desire to remember the day the war ended. That day was the same day he was in New York City looking for Kathleen.

In Chapter 2, Sweet Sixteen, Frances is old enough to quit school, but James will not let her. Frances has done everything she possibly can in order to be expelled from Mount Carmel. However, Sister Saint Eustace, the principal, believes in Frances and refuses to kick her out. Lily is the only reason why Frances does not run away. One night...

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