The Good Master - Chapter 1: Cousin Kate from Budapest Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1: Cousin Kate from Budapest Summary

In The Good Master, rebellious Kate goes to live with her uncle in the country. Kate adapts to country life, where she learns the value of hard work, as well as compassion and generosity. In the end of the story, her father Sandor comes to live with her on the ranch.

As the novel begins, ten-year-old Jancsi Nagy anxiously anticipates the arrival of his cousin Kate from Budapest. Kate's father is sending her to stay with Jancsi's family to speed her recovery from a recent bout of measles. Jancsi, having no siblings of his own, and being the only child on his father's ranch, has long yearned for a playmate. While he'd rather that his cousin were a boy, he amuses himself by imagining Kate as a fairy-tale princess in need of rescue.

Jancsi hurries...

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