Fog Magic - Study Guide Chapter 6: To Halifax for Justice Summary & Analysis

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Blue Cove grows more and more real to Greta as time passes. She tries to bring up the subject of the differences between herself and Retha. Retha's mother has always told her that everyone must learn to be content and at peace with who and where they are. One day Greta goes to Blue Cove and the Morrills are getting ready for church; it isn't Sunday in Little Valley. Greta learns that in Blue Cove it might be a different day of the week than that in her village. Greta goes to church with them. Sitting in the front row is the woman who had first given her a ride in her carriage. A tall woman sits next to her. Greta learns that the tall woman is Mrs. Stanton and the woman who had given her the ride is...

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