The Kitchen House - Chapters 37-48 Summary & Analysis

Kathleen Grissom
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Summary

Chapter 37

The journey is long and difficult, especially for Mrs. Pyke. Lavinia spends most of the trip with Mrs. Pyke. When they arrive at Tall Oaks, Lavinia is thrilled to see her family, but disappointed when they brush off her attempts at hugs. Later, Mama Mae makes it clear to Lavinia that she is not supposed to call her Mama anymore. Lavinia refuses to listen and continues to treat the servants like family.

Chapter 38

Belle is afraid of Marshall and goes out of her way to hide from him. Will has promised to take Belle with him to his new farm, but he has another year to finish out on his contract.

Chapter 39

Marshall begins to drink heavily and constantly runs Will down for his management of the farm. In a short amount of time, Lavinia begins to notice a change in her...

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