Francie - Sunday at the Montgomerys and Janie Arrives Summary & Analysis

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Sunday at the Montgomerys and Janie Arrives Summary

Sunday at the Montgomerys:

Francie must go to Clarissa Montgomery's to bake tea cakes and make icing. Jesse Pruitt happens to be there fixing a step on the gazebo. The two have a brief conversation. As Francie works, Clarissa comes into the kitchen and brings her the book she had been accused of stealing. Francie shows Clarissa how to sift flour, and Clarissa brings Aesop's Fables for Francie to give to Jesse.

Francie tells her mom about the nice gesture from Clarissa, but her mother tells her not to trust them, that they can turn on you depending upon their mood, and Francie knows this is true because she has seen it. Francie learns that Jesse's father has left home, and his siblings are in other homes, as well. Since Jesse...

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