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The Cape Ann - Chapters 33 through 38 Summary & Analysis

Faith Sullivan
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Chapters 33 through 38 Summary

In Chapter 33, September and back-to-school roll around quickly for Lark and she continues her friendships with Sally and Beverly. She attends the church bazaar, which is similar to the Knights of Columbus picnic. She and her Mama call upon the Stillmans, bringing a pumpkin pie. They notice something very different with Hilly's demeanor and personality, yet they do not know what is happening. Perhaps, they think, he is regaining his sanity.

Papa gives up trying to get Lark to be feminine and not bite her nails in Chapter 34. Instead, he turns to studying catechism with her, as a symbol of her piety, while Mama is at bridge club. Papa tries to tell Lark that she needs to fear God and love God, which Lark feels is too difficult. Her Papa tells her that she fears and loves him, her earthly father. If she did not...

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