Graven Images - The Binnacle Boy, Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

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The Binnacle Boy, Chapters 1-4 Summary

Ch. 1:

The brig Orion has left Cuba and is approaching the coast of Maine. Miss Evangeline Frye, a resident of New Bethany, opens her curtains as she thinks about the things that the day will bring. There is plenty of activity aboard the ship. Meanwhile, Miss Frye is at home waiting for her maid to arrive.

Miss Frye returns home and standing in her parlor, looks out the window. Miss Frye expects to see Sarah Peel as she gazes down Bartholomew Street. Miss Frye checks the town clock and sees that it is 8:15. Miss Peel is late. There is a great deal of cleaning, spinning and scrubbing to do. Miss Frye looks out over her garden. It is almost the 4th of July and the garden is thriving, blooming with tansy and marigolds. The flower...

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