Rilla of Ingleside - Wounded and Missing and The Turning of the Tide Summary & Analysis

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Wounded and Missing and The Turning of the Tide Summary

It seems that the Blythe family's worst fears have come to pass in "Wounded and Missing," when Jem is reported to have been shot in the leg and then disappeared. The family is beside themselves with worry. However, they take comfort in the fact that Dog Monday has a connection to their boys, and knew when Walter died; therefore, he would certainly react if Jem, to whom he was closer, were dead, and the dog has been very placid. Thus, the family has some small hope that Jem is still all right.

In "The Turning of the Tide," Miss Oliver has another one of her dreams. However, in this dream, she sees a beautiful Ingleside full of colors and rainbows, convincing those around her that the tide...

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