Fever 1793 - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Mattie rushes into her mother's arms. Mrs. Cook introduces Mattie to Mrs. Luddington, with whom she had been staying in the country. Mattie invites Mrs. Luddington inside, but she declines saying she must return to her farm immediately. Mattie then takes her mother inside the coffeehouse and a joyful reunion takes place, even though Mattie is shocked at her mother's delicate and frail condition. Mattie learns that her mother's health has been ruined by the prolonged fever, and she can no longer perform most physically strenuous activities. After a few more minutes of getting reacquainted, Mattie helps her mother upstairs to take an afternoon nap.

Chapter 29 Analysis

In this concluding chapter of the novel, a happy ending is presented. All of the characters are anxiously engaged in their own business and development, and family and friends have returned to the Cook Coffeehouse and its supportive network. Even...

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