Rilla of Ingleside - And So, Goodnight and Mary Is Just In Time Summary & Analysis

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And So, Goodnight and Mary Is Just In Time Summary

The family receives word, shortly thereafter, that Walter was killed with a single bullet and so did not suffer. Eerily, Rilla receives a letter from Walter several days later, as the mail has taken longer to come. In the letter, he foresees his death, saying that he must follow the 'Piper' but that he is at peace with it. He tells Rilla as well that he sees her growing old with Kenneth, and having a large family of her own. He ends by asking her to share the letter with Una. Rilla goes to see Una, who is desolate. In a rush of kindness, Rilla offers to let Una keep the letter.

In the following chapter, the family again discusses the developments in the war. Later, Rilla...

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