Rainbow Valley - Chapters 19, 20 and 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19, 20 and 21 Summary

In Chapter 19, by the time Una got home, Faith was sobbing in her bed, inconsolable. Aunt Martha had killed Adam. Faith would not come down for dinner that night or go to church. She had to come down and meet the minister but was unfriendly and contradicted him. Pastor James said that little girls shouldn't interrupt or contradict their elders. Being called a "little girl" didn't help her mood and neither did the rotund Pastor James who picked poor Adam's bones clean. Neither Faith nor Una would take a bit of the old rooster.

After dinner, Faith went to her father's study by the warm fire where she thought she'd be alone. Instead, Pastor James followed her in and criticized her for not being a better housekeeper. As he prattled on with his back to the fireplace, she saw that his long coat-tails had caught...

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