Maud's Line - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Margaret Verble
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Chapter 5 begins with Maude still feeling sick in the morning. She feels as though a baby might hold her and Booker together. Maude takes his letter outside to read it, but when she sets it down to pick up some tomatoes it is swept away by the wind and then ruined by the rain before she can read it. Lovely finds her crying in the barn and puts her to bed. When she wakes Viola is sitting at her bedside. When Maud feels better she offers to walk Viola home and then goes to Mr. Singer’s house. Mr. Singer tells her that Booker was agitated and said he needed time to think. He did not say where he was going or if he would return. Mr. Singer lends her some books before she goes in an attempt to take her mind off her...

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