What's Bred in the Bone - Part 3 (Pages 180-212) Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 (Pages 180-212) Summary

The Cornish Trust is opened in Toronto and upheld by the reputation of the Cornish name, which is now even more prominent since Major Cornish has been offered a knighthood for his efforts during the war. Francis is sent to Toronto and enrolled in Colbourne College as a boarder, since his parents will be spending most of their time in England. Francis is a decent student, never doing anything to draw much attention to himself. He continues developing his observational skills and keeps to himself. The school is protestant, and Francis thinks it lacks the richness and mystery of his aunt's Catholicism.

Francis is no longer able to keep his drawing secret. His ability at drawing caricatures is greatly prized and noticed by one of his professors. This professor advises Francis to learn something larger than caricatures and suggests...

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