Ramona Quimby, Age 8 - The Quimbys' Quarrel Summary & Analysis

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The Quimbys' Quarrel Summary

As the fourth chapter opens, it is Saturday and Ramona is upset with her mother over the raw egg episode. Mrs. Quimby repeats again that she is sorry for the mistake. Ramona has already forgiven her, but continues to press the matter because she is feeling generally cross. Her mother is exasperated as she goes about doing laundry. Ramona's older sister, Beezus, is in a bad mood because she has been up late the night before staying at a friend's house and has not had enough sleep.

Mr. Quimby is completing a drawing exercise to draw his own foot, and is frustrated at the results. Ramona joins him and her bad mood lifts temporarily while she works on drawing her own foot. She is disappointed to see that her father's drawing is not very good. He himself acknowledges that her own drawing is...

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