The Revolt of 'Mother' - Section 4 Summary & Analysis

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Section 4 Summary

At 11 o'clock that morning, the hay cart came to the new barn to unload. Mrs. Penn ran out and instructed the men to put it into the old barn. She went back into the house and started packing up plates, cups and saucers, as Nanny and Sammy stared at each other in amazement. Nanny asked her Mother what she was planning on doing, and started shaking as she asked. Her mother replied that she would see soon enough. She then told Nanny to go upstairs to pack her things up, and asked Sammy to help take down the bed in the bedroom. "During the next few hours a feat was performed by this simple, pious New England mother which was equal in its way to Wolfe's storming of the Heights of Abraham."

Nanny and Sammy did what their mother instructed them to do...

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