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The Man Who Loved Children - Study Guide Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Part 1: Sunday a Funday.

Hassie's only daughter, Cathleen, is ready to celebrate her 18th birthday. Henny works on creating an outfit for a porcelain doll, which is one of the things that Cathy loves most in the world. Ever since Cathy was a child she has had an undying and unparalleled love for dolls.

Henny is in a better mood than ever before. Despite her emotional state it is clear to all that she has aged since leaving Tohoga House. The relationship between Henny and Sam has disintegrated almost completely and Henny does not even pretend to have any type of esteem for him whatsoever. In fact, Henny constantly makes fun of Sam in front of the children who do not seem to think that the behavior is unusual.

The rest of the part reflects on small facts about each of the children including Louisa's non-scientific...

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