The Blue Castle: A Novel - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

Spring comes to the island in Mistawis. Valancy recites from one of John Foster's book, which slightly annoys Barney. Spring also means that Barney puts his car back on the road and they can travel into town to shop. Valancy's relatives see her, but either groan and stay away from her or hardly recognize her with her new look. One night, when they drive back through Deerwood form the Port, Valancy sneaks a peek in the window of her old house and finds her mother and Cousin Stickles doing the same things they've always done.

Chapter 33 Analysis

Valancy is changing and growing. Her family, however, remains exactly the same. The members of her family, such as Uncle Benjamin, still think do not think of Valancy as what she truly is, a young woman.

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