The Thirteenth Tale - Part One, Beginnings: Merrily and the Perambulator and Dr. and Mrs. Maudsley Summary & Analysis

Diane Setterfield
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Part One, Beginnings: Merrily and the Perambulator and Dr. and Mrs. Maudsley Summary

Miss Winter returns to her story, beginning when the girls are a little older. The girls had begun exploring the village around the house, causing trouble by stealing food and whatever else touched their fancy. The villagers were well aware of the girls and their mischievous ways, but were loath to do anything about it. No one wanted to upset Charlie Angelfield, but this all changed one afternoon. In the village lived a happy young woman named Mary who was always laughing, so the girls called her Merrily. Merrily had a baby that was the first grandchild on both sides of the family, so the grandparents got together and bought a perambulator for her. Merrily would often set the perambulator out in the yard while...

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