Riders of the Purple Sage - Chapters 19 - 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19 - 21 Summary

Chapter 19: At Withersteen Ranch, little Fay is confused about why Lassiter doesn't marry Jane. For this question Lassiter has no answer, nor does Jane have a ready reply when Fay asks her if she loves Lassiter. Jane sends Fay out to play, admonishing her to stay near. Lassiter laments that Fay is learning about lies because Jane has pretended to love him. Jane admits they should be truthful with Fay, but says she does care for him. She cannot be sure how much she cares because she feels numb; her heart has been broken by the churchmen. Jane has even given up praying. Lassiter sympathizes, knowing that long-held habits, like her obedience to the church, are difficult to break. He asks her if marriage between them is an eventual possibility. Jane insists it is not, for she is Mormon and he...

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