The Good Master - Chapter 13: Christmas Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13: Christmas Summary

With Sandor and the shepherds visiting, Marton hasn't much to do. He decides to make some new furniture, dismissing Sandor's suggestion that he simply buy "cheap" factory-made furniture from the store. Seeing Marton hard at work, Sandor gets drawn in as well, offering to help. Kate explains to her father that Jancsi's mother is teaching her to spin. Listening to his daughter go on, he marvels aloud at the change she has undergone. A once spoiled city-child has developed a working ethic.

Marton makes the case for Sandor moving in permanently, suggesting that, as a school teacher, he can continue Kate's education himself. He might even become the new teacher in the village. Pista argues that, on the ranch, Sandor will be paid in love and respect. Kate tells her father of Pista's philosophy of living with nature. Sandor is amazed...

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