Magic for Marigold - Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15 and 16 Summary

One Clear Call. Marigold reluctantly accompanies Mother into town to hear a missionary friend, her memories of dull, boring missionaries swept away when she sees Dr. Violet Meriwether's beauty and hears her passion. Marigold decides then and there that she's going to be a missionary (see "Quotes", p. 236).

As part of her new life, Marigold reads only missionary literature, intensifies her prayers, gives much less value to material things, says goodbye to Sylvia, and decides that she will go to India and minister to lepers.

Marigold decides to take God's word to lonely Mrs. Delagarde, described in town as "a little off" and who mistakes her for someone named Delight. After a night and a day locked Delight's old room, the increasingly terrified Marigold tries the door, discovers it's unlocked, and races back to Cloud of Cedars, where she finds everyone has been anxiously waiting...

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