Miss Buncle's Book - Chapter 21 "Mrs. Snowdon's Memorial" - Chapter 22 "The Children's Party at the Riggs" Summary & Analysis

D.E. Stevenson
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Chapter 21 "Mrs. Snowdon's Memorial" - Ernest Hathaway is concerned that Sally will not come to her lesson the next day because he worries that he offended her by seeing Vivian, but Sally does come to the lesson and he is extremely relieved that there seems to be no harm done between them, as Sally is equally pleased to see him.

A few days later Ernest is startled to see a sarcophagus at the Snowdon's plot in the graveyard. He believes it is hideous and in poor taste since it stands out from the other more traditional graves. Ernest lectures Mr. Snowdon on the tradition of having a gravestone. Ernest is upset and decides to go to Vivian's for tea since he wants to talk about the sarcophagus more with someone. Vivian is not...

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