Fever 1793 - Study Guide Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Mattie tells Eliza about all that has happened to her since the epidemic began. Eliza tells Mattie that Mrs. Cook had recovered somewhat and had gone to the Luddington's farm where she supposed she would find Mattie and Grandfather Cook. Mattie is enormously relieved to discover that her mother is, perhaps, still alive. Eliza and Mattie then proceed to the home of Eliza's brother, Joseph. Joseph's wife has recently died from yellow fever, and he is ill with the disease. Eliza feeds Mattie and Joseph's twin boys, Robert and William. Mattie learns that while Eliza spends her days helping others, an older woman sits with the twin children. In the evening, Mattie and Eliza relate all of the details of the events that have transpired since they became separated. Mattie sobs as she tells Eliza of Grandfather Cook's death. Eliza has Mattie repair clothing and perform other...

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