Where the Lilies Bloom - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Mary Call and Romey have a difficult time getting Roy Luther up to his grave on Old Joshua. It is dark and foggy, and somewhat frightening. A raven flies out of the woods and perches on his body. Mary Call prays for strength to finish the task and Romey cries, but he tries to keep his sister from seeing it. Romey becomes upset and angry and tells Mary Call that she is awful and ugly, and he hates her. He tells Mary Call that this is not a decent way to bury their father, and the words have a harsh effect her, because she has been secretly praying that it will be decent enough to tell the others about. She tells Romey that this is what Roy Luther wanted, that they will not take him to the undertaker, and that she needs his...

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