I Capture the Castle - I. The Sixpenny Book, Chapters IV and V Summary & Analysis

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Cassandra emerges from her writing session in the attic to find that Topaz and Rose have dyed green almost everything they could get their hands on, from towels to dresses. Cassandra dyes her two nightgowns and then they did Topaz' bed sheets, ending up with green arms up to their elbows. It is raining again which seems to match Rose's low mood from being poor and having no marriage prospects. Stephen finds buckets to catch the drips from the leaking roof. Cassandra asks her father about his work and he is evasive with her and goes upstairs. Cassandra's mood lifts when she can smell the promise of spring in the night air but Rose's spirits can't be lifted and says that she would sell her soul to the devil for a different life. Cassandra suggests that although...

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