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The Secret Garden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 5 through 8 Summary

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In Chapter 5, Mary is adjusting to life at Misselthwaite, although it is very different from her life in India. She spends most of her time wandering around the moors and searching for the secret garden. One day she sees the robin again and becomes convinced that it lives in the garden, but she is still unable to locate it. Mary begins to grow healthier as she spends more time outdoors, but she finds that she is very lonely. She learns from Martha that Mr. and Mrs. Craven spent long hours together in the garden, but Mrs. Craven fell from a high branch on which she loved to sit and died from her injuries. After that, Mr. Craven could not bear to be in the garden and had it locked away. One day, as she wanders around outdoors, Mary thinks she hears the sound of a child crying...

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