We Have Always Lived in the Castle - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

The next morning is Sunday, and Merricat is even more sure that a change is coming, so she keeps her three magic words close to her heart. It's a stormy morning, but Merricat takes Jonas outside to play. She checks all of her buried treasure and maintains her secret hiding spot out in the woods. She has a blanket out there where she can rest and hide if she needs to escape something.

Merricat mentions that this is the last of her lovely slow days. A man drives up to the house and calls Constance's name. Merricat says that it has been a long time since anyone came to the house looking for Constance. After the trial, people would come to the house and bang on the door hoping to catch a glimpse of Constance or take her picture. That hasn't happened for...

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