The Wonder - Chapter Two: Watch Summary & Analysis

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Lib has asked to be woken at 4:15 a.m. for her next shift with Anna. When she arrives at the O’Donnells’ house, she speculates that Anna has been sneaking out to drink from the saucer of milk that is under the dresser in the living room. When Kitty (the maid) informs her that the milk is for the “little ones”—the fairies, who would be offended if it were not there—Lib is once again amazed at the superstition and ignorance that she believes control the actions of the family. She is offended that Sister Michael leaves without reporting any facts that she believes to be important except that Anna has spent a peaceful night. Mr. O’Donnell comes in and detains Lib for a minute, during which time his wife goes into Anna’s room. Lib is worried that, in...

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