The Road from Coorain - Chapter 3, Childhood Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Childhood Summary and Analysis

Due to her parent's frugality, hard work and creativity, the sheep station became nicer and nicer over time. New comforts were steadily added. When Conway was five an enormous amount of rain poured down over a few days. Conway's parents were middle-aged in the prime of their lives. They had a young family and great plans; their success did not make them lazy. They were also concerned with international affairs and followed the rise of fascism and the events that led towards World War II.

Conway worshipped her older brother Bob, who was six years older than her. He led their childhood play. He had great emotional and physical energy and deep composure. He treated Conway gently. Barry had the sunny disposition and was the gentlest. Both boys were kind to her. Conway's mother imposed strict equality upon them...

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