Loving Frank: A Novel - Part III, Chapters 41-44 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Horan
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In Chapter 41, Frank and Mamah talk about planting because they have thirty-one acres. Frank has consulted his friend Jens Jensen about the orchard and vineyard. Mamah wants flowers not grasses native to the prairie. Frank does not like foundation planting. He allows her to take control of the gardens. The plants come in the middle of May and Frank has hired two trucks to bring the shipment over. Mamah goes to the Barton place to see if their teen boys can help unload the trucks. Dorothea Barton is glad to meet Mamah. She gives her two mason jars of blackberry preserves as a welcome. She also has a six-year old daughter. She asks Mamah if she does not have a daughter around her age. Mamah knows that she has read about her and admits that she does and that she will...

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