Rainbow Valley - Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary

In Chapter 28, the Good-Conduct Club decided to impose a one-day fast for their punishment. Jerry said they needed to pick next Sunday because the biggest dinner of the week was served on Sunday and it would hurt the most. They were all starving and dinner was difficult to resist. Una mentioned she felt dizzy. At church that evening, she fell out of the pew and fainted. Dr. Blythe brought Una around. When John found out that the kids were fasting for their punishment he told them that he had scolded them and that no further punishment had been necessary. The doctor said that all Una needed was a good square meal. John felt guilt and shame for once again not being aware of what his children were doing. He needed a wife. Other women would marry him but he loved Rosemary. And so long as...

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