The Cape Ann - Study Guide Chapters 21 through 26 Summary & Analysis

Faith Sullivan
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In Chapter 21, Aunt Betty's illness worsens. Mama feels extremely upset because she is at a loss over what to do and she lashes out at Lark. Mama cries. Lark brainstorms the ways she can contribute to Aunt Betty's welfare; her lookout for the stork, she feels, is instrumental. Lark feels an intuition that the kolache lady may be able to cure her aunt. When Lark revisits the kolache lady, Maria Zelena agrees to call upon the mother-to-be.

In Chapter 22, Maria Zelena comes over to Aunt Betty's with her healing potions in Chapter 22. Lark is sent away by her mother, much to her great disappointment. Uncle Stan returns home and Mama breaks the news about his wife to him. Mama tells Lark that it is always up to her to do everything.

Mama cannot disguise the disgust she feels for Uncle Stan in Chapter 23. Lark overhears...

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