The Good Master - Chapter 4: Easter Eggs Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4: Easter Eggs Summary

Perfectly comfortable in boy's clothing, Kate becomes Jancsi's shadow, following him through his daily chores. Kate doesn't care for smelly pigs and is perplexed by the idea of milk coming from a cow rather than from a bottle, but she is very fond of the horses. Proud of Kate's growing riding prowess, Marton offers, contingent on Kates continued good behavior, to take Kate along when he inspects the new baby lambs after Easter. Kate is thrilled, showering Marton with hugs and kisses.

Seeing that Kate is unfamiliar with Easter traditions, Jancsi excitedly explains to her that eggs are to be dyed, food eaten, and boys will sprinkle girls with water. Kate finds this last custom to be particularly silly. Marton explains that the water represents life-giving rain, an integral part of nature's constant renewal.

The last days before Easter...

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