Rilla of Ingleside - Until the Day Break and Realism and Romance Summary & Analysis

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Until the Day Break and Realism and Romance Summary

"Until the Day Break" describes Walter's last day at home with his family. He tells Rilla that their home, and the natural beauty that surrounds them, will always be in his heart, and that he believes the soldiers are going to fight for a better kind of happiness. While they talk, he mentions Una, who he has tender feelings for, and asks Rilla if she feels romantic about anyone. Here, she confesses that she has a crush on Kenneth, for the first time. Later in the chapter, Walter leaves. Though Rilla is desolate, she hides her feelings the best that she can, and thus seems "unfeeling" to people like Irene.

In "Realism and Romance," Ken calls to ask if he might drop by Ingleside to say good-bye. Rilla is...

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