Rainbow Valley - Study Guide Chapters 4, 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 4, although the manse was messy and suffered from neglect, it was undeniably a charming and happy place. The Reverend was criticized for spoiling his kids something that he did not hesitate to admit to. They had no mother. Meredith was so engrossed in his reading and studies that he failed to pay close attention to the kids. He didn't know that his boys were playing leap-frog over the graves of former members of the church. The Meredith kids didn't like the tall monuments in the old graveyard. They liked the flat stones that they used as seats. When Jerry tired of leap-frog, he'd play his Jew's harp. Carl was often searching for bugs; Una playing with her doll; and, Faith playing with her pet rooster, Adam, or swinging her feet in rhythm with the music from the harp. Una was shy and sensitive...

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