We Have Always Lived in the Castle - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Constance and Merricat grow accustomed to their new lives and routines. With the perimeter fence down, people begin using the road in front of the house to get to the highway, and children come to play on the front lawn. Sometimes people stop to picnic in front of the house when they walk or ride their bikes down the road. Constance and Merricat never show their faces, but people know they're in there and legends begin to spring up about the two ladies who live in the Blackwood house.

Merricat feels that she is now on the moon but it's not quite the way she thought it would be. They don't abide by the social norms they did before. They don't have many clothes because the bedrooms were burned up in the fire, so they wear Uncle Julian's clothes and make dresses out...

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