The Orchardist - Pages 102 – 190 Summary & Analysis

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Part II (continued) – Della watches as Clee and the other wranglers work the horses. She becomes fascinated by the horses. She begins to dream of the horses, of freedom, and begins to dream that she herself is a horse. Clee begins to give her riding lessons. All of her talk about the animals worries Talmadge. Accompanying Talmadge into town for market, Della sees her reflection in a store window, and can see Jane in her reflection. Della also comes to be confused by Angelene, feeling love and motherly instincts for her, but also feeling afraid and as though the baby is a chore - not hers.

Della begins to break in a gelding. She longs to go with the wranglers to auction. The following spring, she takes up her case with Talmadge, who says the wranglers don’t want young female company. Caroline contends...

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