The Women of Brewster Place - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

"...I talk of dreams which are the children of an idle brain . . ." Cora Lee loved new baby dolls. They were so perfect and small; she inhaled in its new aroma. Her parents laughed at her delight each Christmas as she opened her new baby doll. Cora Lee was easy to please; a new baby doll was all she wanted for Christmas each year. They had to be baby dolls too. Her parents tried to introduce her to Barbie dolls as she grew, and even invested in expensive porcelain dolls from different countries, only to find them later under her bed with smashed heads and dismembered bodies. That was when her father began to worry; not so her mother, who always thought Cora Lee was different from other children.

By her thirteenth birthday, her father put his foot down and declared no more dolls...

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