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Yonnondio: From the Thirties Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

Anna is in a coma-like state for several days. Else Bedner comes over each day to help out, nursing her, and cleaning house, and taking care of the children. In the evenings, Ms. Kryckszi, the neighbor, comes over and helps out for a few hours too. Else tries to get Mazie and Will to help her, since summer vacation has just started, but they keep running off and playing instead. Since the doctor says that Baby Bess needs formula to drink, so she can gain weight, Anna is not allowed to breastfeed Bess. When she hears Bess crying, her breasts swell up painfully with the milk she can not give the baby, so Bess is taken out into the tiny yard in a basket, so that her crying will not disturb Anna.

When Anna finally wakes, she tries to get up and return to mothering and housekeeping...

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