The Good Master - Chapter 2: Motherless Lamb Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2: Motherless Lamb Summary

Sitting in the protective lap of Jancsi's mother, Kate tells the story of what happened. Marton finds that he's so relieved that he can't stay angry. Jancsi is impressed by the pluck of his cousin. Kate explains that she lost the reins at some point, so she crawled into the back of the wagon and went to sleep. The horses returned to the stable of their own accord. The mother found Kate asleep in the wagon.

Kate gives Marton a letter from her father, Marton's brother. The note apologizes for misleading Marton, explaining that while Kate may indeed be delicate and in need of country air, the real reason he sent his daughter to Marton is because the girl is impossible to manage. He confesses that he has spoiled Kate since her mother's death and warns that she's most...

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