Ruth Hall and Other Writings - Chapters XI - XX Summary & Analysis

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Chapters XI - XX Summary

Chapter XI paints a beautiful pastoral picture. Harry, Ruth, and Daisy live an idyllic life in their new home. Ruth and her young daughter share a love of nature, and they spend much of the summer months wandering through the woods and fields. Ruth gazes adoringly on her daughter, but the unseen author warns that her happy moments with her daughter may be fleeting.

Chapter XII provides a snippet of conversation between Dr. Hall and Mrs. Hall. It reveals that they have moved closer to Harry and Ruth's home. Mrs. Hall rants about how much nicer her home will be than Ruth's. Dr. Hall takes that opportunity to tell her that Ruth could care less about what Mrs. Hall has in her parlor, and Harry would give Ruth anything she wants. Mrs. Hall complains about being under-appreciated...

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