Where the Lilies Bloom - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Mary Call admits to Romey that she and Roy Luther were wrong about Devola, but there was no way they could have known how she would change. If she tried to stop the wedding now, there would never be a judge who would believe that Devola was cloudy-headed. Romey does not think that they should buy Devola's wedding clothes, but Mary Call insists. She says that they are Luthers and cannot let Kiser pay for the clothes. They buy her a yellow dress and yellow shoes, just what she said she wanted when they began wildcrafting.

Kiser and Devola get married on a Sunday afternoon at Kiser's house, since the Luthers cannot repair their sitting room in time. The wedding is nice, with a violinist, cake, peppermint ice cream and coffee. After the wedding, Kiser tries to give Mary Call some food and...

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