Rainbow Valley - Chapters 10, 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10, 11 and 12 Summary

In Chapter 10, Faith and Una discussed how dull Sundays were. They shouldn't feel that way, Una said, because they were the daughters of a minister. Aunt Martha was very ill, moaning and bedridden. But she wouldn't let the girls call Dr. Blythe. She never had a doctor in her life and she wasn't going to start then. They missed their father. He was off with Jerry to Nova Scotia for a vacation. The girls were having to cook and they weren't having much success. Faith got inspired and decided that she and Una should give the entire house a good cleaning.

The next day, Aunt Martha was sick and so was Carl. He had a fever and sore throat. The girls decided to clean every room except their father's study. The girls pulled all the furniture out on the veranda. They took all the rugs...

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