Fog Magic - Chapter 9: The Government House Ball Summary & Analysis

Julia L. Sauer
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Chapter 9: The Government House Ball Summary

Greta has many questions about Blue Cove. Sometimes she has the feeling she can provide better answers than can the Morrills. Perhaps her father has some answers as well. In her heart, she feels he had the same experience as she does when he had been a young boy. One matter of particular interest to her is what had destroyed the entire village. Even if some people moved away, others would have stayed behind. One day her father asks if she'd ever seen eyes as "blue as gentian." (page 81) Without pausing, she says only those of Mrs. Morrill. After she blurts that out, she is worried that he'd be embarrassed, but he isn't.

As the days wear on, Greta finds herself busy and enjoying the clear days in Little Valley and on the foggy days, enjoying her time in...

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