Margret Howth: A Story of To-Day - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

It is now evening, and Lois is headed back to town after a day selling in the country. The sky is quickly changes color to an ominous shade. Lois is alarmed so much that she pulls her wagon to the side of the road to watch it, sure that it is an omen of something bad to come.

Soon, Lois hears the sound of approaching carriage wheels and moves her wagon over as far as possible. Lois can see the delicate face of Miss Herne in one of the carriage windows and understands immediately that this woman is heartless and cruel. Lois also notices that Miss Herne is dressed in yellow, which is the color worn by shams. This woman looks perfectly capable of living up to the term.

As the carriage moves past Lois and toward town, it also passes the pathetic...

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