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The Stone Angel - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Doris takes Hagar to Dr. Corby's office for x-rays. While she is there, Hagar inspects a painting hanging on the wall. The picture on the wall recalls the Shipley house where no pictures ever hung until Hagar got there. Hagar loves pictures of horses, even though she didn't like real horses, but she had a picture she kept a long time. Bram loved the real thing, and though he and Hagar argue about how to spend the little money they have, he buys a gray stallion that he loved. Bram named the horse Soldier and loved it. When a blizzard came up, Soldier had escaped from the barn, and Bram goes looking for the horse, almost getting lost in the blizzard himself. When he finally returns, Hagar feels for him, and tells him she's sorry, a comment which surprises him.

That night, when he turns to her...

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