The Snow Child - Part 1: Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

Eowyn Ivey
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In Chapter 3, Mabel was disappointed when Jack told her that her pies were no longer needed at the hotel restaurant. Baking day had been one to which she looked forward. He also told her that George Benson and two of his sons would be coming to help him that day. For that reason she needed to plan on three guests for dinner. Mabel was angered that Jack was allowing people whom she didn’t know to help him. He told her that he needed the help.

Mabel cooked dinner for the men but didn’t plan on making friends. She wondered if Jack hadn’t understood she had intended for them to be alone. When the men laughed and talked at dinner Mabel was hurt because Jack barely spoke to her and didn’t even smile anymore. Before he left, George suggested...

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