Once Upon a River - Things Don’t Add Up – The Story Flourishes Summary & Analysis

Diane Setterfield
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Part 2 began with Lily’s morning routine in “Things Don’t Add Up.” She cared for the pigs and moved money from the wood pile to a brick in the fireplace. On her way to the parsonage, she passed Buscot Lodge and imagined Ann safe inside. The parson questioned her attachment to the child upon her arrival. She confirmed she thought the girl was her sister, Ann, so the parson attempted to explain that due to her and the child’s ages—over 40 and four—they could not logically be related this way. Lily received her pay, allotted some of it to her savings the parson kept in his possession, and refused his charity. When she returned home, she noticed previously empty crates were full of bottles. Food had also been taken from her. She reasoned that...

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