Lucy - Chapter 4, Cold Heart Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Cold Heart Summary

It is now October. Lucy had never experienced the fall season. When Lucy was young, she learned how seasonal change worked in school and noted that all the rich people in the world lived in the places with four seasons. She notes that she thinks it is nice to have too many things, but Mariah thinks her problem is having too much; she wants to have less. That day, Lewis and Mariah were taking their children out to pick apples. The family looked happy, but Lewis and Mariah's marriage was destroyed.

Lucy waited for Peggy to call. Peggy had gone to church and they were to wait in the park. Lucy notes that she does not like Sunday and did not know what it meant. Lucy recalls her past, remembering her mother speaking. Lucy feels the same as her...

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