Never-Ending Book Quiz
"I tell you I wasn't sleeping, and it wasn't a dream!" Why does Charity feel so ridiculous complaining to Lady Margaret about being confined to her room the night before?
Choose the correct answer:when morning comes, she's clearly forgotten her fear -- in fact she's sound asleep when Lady Margaret knocks on the door when Inga comes in with her breakfast, she immediately begins devouring everything on her tray now that the rain is gone and the sun is high, the whole idea of being held prisoner by the housekeeper seems like a child's nightmare all of the above
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