Rilla of Ingleside - Moonlit Mirth and The Piper Pipes Summary & Analysis

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Moonlit Mirth and The Piper Pipes Summary

In "Moonlit Mirth," foreign affairs are beginning to take their toll on the everyday lives of the characters, as the adults worry that there will be war. Miss Oliver, in particular, has had a symbolic dream that she believes predicts the coming of disaster. Nevertheless, it is also the evening of Rilla's first dance, at Four Winds, and she is more preoccupied with what she will wear and who she will dance with than anything happening in Europe. Some of Rilla's brothers and sisters also go to the dance, walking with their sweethearts to the shore. In this section, Rilla also thinks of Ken, the boy whom she has a crush on, for the first time.

"The Piper Pipes" describes the dance and its outcome. Rilla greatly enjoys herself at first, and Kenneth...

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