The Red Tent - Study Guide My Mothers' Stories, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Rachel is furious for having to wait to marry Jacob. She takes out her fury on the household, causing a lot of distress for the other sisters. To bide their time until the marriage, Rachel and Jacob go to the hills to spend time with one another. There, Jacob tells Rachel of his family and further declares his love for her. While Rachel is lost in her happiness, Leah suffers. She secretly has feelings for Jacob. Although is seems as though Jacob has set his sights on Rachel, he notices Leah and her ability to handle Laban's camp. Unlike other people, he is never afraid to stare into Leah's eyes and address her. Jacob also finds an excuse to talk to Leah every day, thereby increasing his interest in her.

Zilpah sees the attraction between Leah and Jacob. She also sees...

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