Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Gary D. Schmidt
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This chapter picks up at the moment the previous chapter left off: with Lizzie and Mrs. Cobb facing each other in Mrs. Cobb’s house, Turner watching. There is a long, tense, silence – and then Mrs. Cobb tells Turner to start playing: she doesn’t tell Lizzie to leave. After a while, and after several songs (some of which Turner sings) Mrs. Cobb relaxes, eventually allowing Turner and Lizzie to leave – but not before telling Turner to never sing again, a request Lizzie later echoes. Lizzie’s visits continue for a week or so, with Mrs. Cobb starting to leave the door open for her but never actually saying anything to her. The day always ends with Turner walking Lizzie to the shore, and both of them waving goodbye to Mrs. Hurd as they pass her house.

One day, however, the rhythm is broken...

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