Where the Lilies Bloom - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

At the end of October, the temperature suddenly changes and a strong windstorm blows some of the shingles off the Luthers' roof. Mary Call and Romey go up on the roof in the cold and wind to inspect the damage. Romey complains that they are working too hard. He does not want to repair the roof. He wants to leave, never come back and never see them again. Mary Call responds that things are not any better for her than for him. She knows that he is just worried about the winter coming, and what they will do. They have a store of food in the house, including squashes, cabbages, and salted pork, along with dry goods like flour and dried beans, but Mary Call still worries that it will not be enough to last them the long five months of winter. She...

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