The Romance of the Forest - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

As the La Mottes try to adjust to life in the deserted abbey, Adeline becomes a source of comfort to them. Madame La Motte takes a fancy to Adeline and takes it upon herself to teach and form the young lady. When Adeline becomes more comfortable with the La Mottes, she tells them the details of her past years. Adeline's father, Louis de St. Pierre, boarded Adeline in a convent when her mother died. At this point, Adeline was only seven years old. At twelve, Adeline is moved from the first convent to another. It is at this point Adeline learns that her father wants her to become a nun. Adeline has no desire to be a nun and the cruelty of the Lady Abbess at this convent simply strengthens Adeline's distaste for this type of life. Adeline's father does not...

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