Does Polly’s nursing of Rosicky and her awakening suggest she is ready to embrace farm life?

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Polly is Anton Rosicky's daughter-in-law, married to his son Rudolf. Polly's a city girl and Anton's worried that she might not adapt to life in the country. She might get so unhappy, he fears, that she'll move back to the city and take Rudolf with her. Anton's family is the most important thing in the world to him, and the last thing he wants is to be apart from his children.

But Rosicky has no cause...

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