The Good Master - Chapter 5: The Toepincher Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5: The Toepincher Summary

Today is the day that Marton promised to take Kate to see the newborn lambs. She leaps from her bed, excited to be underway. She rushes outside to see only two horses prepped for departure. "Old Armchair," the horse she usually rides, is missing. Seeing this, her heart sinks. Is it canceled? Had she not been good enough? Marton gravely insists that Kate finish her milk if she wants to find out anything. Kate does so and surprisingly finds the milk to her liking.

After breakfast, Marton surprises Kate with a gift: a white horse named "Milky." Kate is so happy she cries. With hardly a warning, Jancsi insists that they make haste. The two children race, leaving Marton far behind. Jancsi is barely able to pace Milky. Once he catches up, Marton good-naturedly chastises the kids for racing...

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