Lila - Section 13: pages 166-227 Summary & Analysis

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After learning that there still has been no sign of the boy the next morning, the Reverend observes that there are people who you know from the moment you meet, while others are strangers after a lifetime. He fears Lila was leaving him, but she assures him she is happy and is not planning to leave with his child. When Lila admits that she saw the boy as a child needing care, Reverend Ames is ecstatic because he does know her after all. He offers to move to another house for a fresh start, but Lila enjoys the house and begins cleaning as winter's approach inhibits visitors.

Knowing that her husband worries about her survival in childbirth, Lila admits she is really his wife since the thought of his grief concerns her, causing her to wonder what happens when someone is no...

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