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The Story of the Trapp Family Singers - Part Two: Chapter XI, Stowe in Vermont. Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: Chapter XI, Stowe in Vermont. Summary and Analysis

Schang is satisfied with the Trapps, who now take advice about wearing stage makeup. He notes their new bond with the audience. The Christmas concerts are a success. The family is able to pay debts and there is money in the bank. They buy a Lincoln Continental for $400 and a Cadillac for $500, to facilitate travel and save money.

The family is not used to humidity, which is not found in the Alps. Wool stage clothes are not comfortable during the summer. They find cotton in colors to match their costumes, and Agathe sews two outfits per person. A vacation in the Jersey woods with the Drinkers whets their desire to search for the outdoors. Wondering where to vacation, they receive a timely letter from a "Mr. R", who owns...

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