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Rainbow Valley Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 16, 17 and 18 Summary

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Chapters 16, 17 and 18 Summary

In Chapter 16, after school the next day, Faith headed out to see Mr. Douglas. She passed Walter on the way and told hem she was out on church business. Dan Reese made pig noises at her. She didn't expect Walter to defend her the way Jem or Jerry would and she didn't hold it against Walter. He was a gentle creature. Walter felt bad that he hadn't defended Faith. He knew Jem would have. He was afraid that Faith despised him.

Although Faith had been enthused about seeing Norman Douglas, she was growing nervous now that it was time to make her appeal to him. She had heard that he was mean and called the boys names. What if he called her names? Mr. Douglas was on the veranda when Faith arrived. She meekly stepped onto the porch. Mr. Douglas looked up and scowled. He...

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