Mrs. Mike the Story of Katherine Mary Flannigan - Chapters Two through Four Summary & Analysis

Benedict Freedman
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Chapters Two through Four Summary

In Chapter Two, Katherine is introduced to both Johnny Flaherty and Sergeant Mike Flannigan. Johnny Flaherty is Uncle John's cook and Mike Flannigan is the sergeant of the Northwest Mounted who carries a passed-out Johnny home. Katherine sees the red coat of Mike's uniform and thinks he is an Englishman, a British peeler or someone off to a fox hunt. This insults Mike and he calls Katherine a "little chit" (pg. 19.) Katherine cannot help but recognize the attractive and physical qualities of Mike. The two work to sober the hung-over Johnny with black coffee and a dousing with water from the pump, while "profanity and water ran down the dripping mustache into the drain" (pg. 20.)

Needless to say, Katherine is not impressed with Johnny. When Johnny regains some sobriety, he apologizes to the lady for his behavior...

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