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The Grass Harp - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

With the days of living in the tree house now over, the former inhabitants divide their lives in pre-tree house and post-tree house terms because the event had been so life altering for all of them. The Judge refuses to live in the same house with his sons and daughters-in-law and moves into Miss Bell's boarding house. Collin and Verena had caught colds during the last night at the China tree and Dolly tends to their every need day and night eventually succumbing to walking pneumonia.

The Judge continues to visit Dolly every afternoon bearing gifts of baked goods or flowers much to the chagrin of Catherine who never learned of the Judge's proposal of marriage to Dolly.

Verena purchases a large radio and installs it in Dolly's room to ease her convalescence and Collin paints it pink so that it will fit in with Dolly's furnishings...

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