Maud's Line - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

Margaret Verble
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Chapter 3 begins with Maud cooking breakfast when Lovely comes in. Lovely refuses breakfast and Maud and Mustard go about their chores while Lovely continues to lie on his cot. Maud walks to Nan’s house. Ryde entered their baby into a beauty contest. Maud thinks about having babies with Booker, but hopes that will be far into the future. Booker and Maud leave for a picnic. While they talk, Renee, Maud’s cousin, runs up to tell them that John Mount was bitten by a rabid dog. Maud realizes the rabid dog was the one found in her house. Maud tells Booker about the event, but he does not really understand the feud. Maud worries that Lovely has contracted rabies.

Maud is worried about Lovely, but she wants to stay with Booker instead of facing what is going on at home. They go...

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