Ruth Hall and Other Writings - Chapters XXI - XXX Summary & Analysis

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Chapters XXI - XXX Summary

At the beginning of Chapter XXI, Dinah sees Pat return on Romeo, and she sees a light on in the house, so she goes to investigate. As soon as Dinah sees Daisy, she tells Harry that he should get a doctor immediately. Dinah is worried that the child will not live through the night. Harry goes to his parents' home himself to get his father.

In Chapter XXII, the doctor finally arrives at Ruth and Harry's home. He knows immediately when he sees Daisy that she is near death. Her breathing is much labored, and she has dark circles around her mouth and eyes. The old man claims there is nothing he can do for her, and they should just let the girl die. Ruth implores her father-in-law to help the little girl. Another younger doctor arrives...

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