Chapters 34-37 Summary

Aunt Juley is gravely ill. She has been sick for a long time with a series of colds and coughs. She has grown weaker and is now fighting a serious case of pneumonia. She is not expected to live. Margaret, Tibby, and Helen are called in. Helen was still in Germany but has wired that she is on her way back to London. Margaret and Tibby go immediately to their aunt’s home in Swanage.

Although the doctors had assumed that Aunt Juley would not recuperate, she does. She is weak but will eventually recover. Margaret and Tibby are thankful, but when they receive another telegram from Helen, Margaret must face another quandary. Helen is in London and asks about Aunt Juley’s health. If her aunt is feeling better, she will...

(The entire section is 958 words.)