If There Be Thorns - Study Guide Part III, Pages 241 through 374 Summary & Analysis

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In Ever Since Eve, Bart says that Jory's grandmother, Madame M., is soon to arrive to help with Cathy's ballet school. Bart continues to read Malcolm's journal and it's here that he learns that Malcolm soon lost interest in his own wife, finding himself instead drawn to his young stepmother, Alicia, who soon gave birth to a son - the boy who would grow up to marry Malcolm's daughter, Corrine. Bart has to go see another psychiatrist and grows very angry at the questions, saying that he's glad Cathy can no longer dance and insisting that the only reason Cathy has enjoyed spending time with Jory is that Jory can dance. At home, he goes into Apple's stall and reads more of Malcolm's journal.

In Madame M., Jory is torn by the fact that his grandmother will soon arrive because there...

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