Miss Buncle's Book - Chapter 11 "Colonel Weatherhead and the Bishop" - Chapter 12 "Mrs. Featherstone Hogg" Summary & Analysis

D.E. Stevenson
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Chapter 11 "Colonel Weatherhead and the Bishop" - At the opening of the chapter Colonel Weatherhead is working hard on pulling up a nasty kind of weed called the Bishop. It is taxing work every autumn and he never lets anyone else do it because it gives Colonel Weatherhead a sort of pleasure and accomplishment once it is done (not to mention physical exercise). Yet he does not want any of the fellow villagers to know that he is tending to his own garden. He instructs his staff to tell Mrs. Featherstone Hogg he is not home when she stops by in the midst of a Bishop pulling session. Mrs. Featherstone leaves a package with Simmons the servant and insists that Simmons give the package to the Colonel, who later discovers it is a book...

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