One-Eyed Cat - Chapters I and II Summary & Analysis

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Chapters I and II Summary

One-Eyed Cat by Paula Fox is the story of Ned Wallis, a young boy living in a small New York town. Ned's father James is a pastor at a small country church. His mother Martha, once beautiful and active, has been stricken with rheumatoid arthritis. During a surprise visit from his uncle Hilary, Ned Wallis receives a Daisy air rifle for his eleventh birthday, and things begin to change for him.

Chapter I: Sunday (Pages 1 - 23)

Ned Wallis and his parents live in a farmhouse, built in 1846. Ned has just finished reading the Man Without a Country by Philip Nolan. Ned was born in September, 1924. It is now 1935 and Ned is about to turn eleven. When Ned first learned to walk, his favorite place to practice his new skill was the church cemetery.

Mrs. Scallop is the third housekeeper the Wallis...

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