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Part 2, Conclusion

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The novel closes with Eppie's wedding. It is held in the yard in front of the Rainbow. The townspeople have gathered, and when the bridal party arrives, a great cheer goes up. Eppie has a large garden now, we're told. The last words are Eppie's: "'Oh father,'" she says, '"what a pretty home ours is! I think nobody could be happier than we are.'"

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