Miss Buncle's Book - Chapter 19 "Miss Buncle's Holiday" - Chapter 20 "Chiefly about Sally" Summary & Analysis

D.E. Stevenson
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Chapter 19 "Miss Buncle's Holiday" - Barbara Buncle's new attitude and appearance are noticeable to others, for instance Mrs. Carter when Barbara comes over for tea. Mrs. Carter insists that Sarah Walker is the really John Smith, and she insults Barbara by saying one reason why it could be Sarah (as opposed to Barbara) was because Sarah has brains and is intelligent as well as she is privy to private information since she is the doctor's wife. Mrs. Carter says that Agatha Featherstone Hogg and Vivian Greensleeves have a plan for revenge, but she cannot tell Barbara what it is. Then they start talking about the Colonel and Dorothea Bold. Sally arrives and decides to come to Barbara's for tea the next day at four.

The next day Barbara decides to restrain herself from writing so she...

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