Archibald spends most of his time abroad, since he wants to see neither his house nor his son, Colin, because these remind him of his late wife. One night, Mary dreams of her mother. Mary is bored of the mansion since there is no one around. As she travels through the apartment, she found a mouse. He lives in a place called Misselthwaite Manor, where there are more than 100 rooms.
Colin has been bedridden since his birth, and it is believed that he will become a hunchback and die an early death. His power to tame creatures works on Colin and Mary as well, and is one of the central causes of their wondrous transformations. Colin stands up from his chair and finds that his legs are fine, though weak from long disuse. At this time, the brothers recalled Lily — Neville was secretly in love with the wife of Archibald. Colin was born shortly before his mother's death, and his father cannot bear to look at him because the boy painfully reminds him of his late wife.
When she was 10 years old, her parents died of cholera. Mary meets with him every so often, but he gets mad when she goes to the garden instead of talking with him. Dickon Sowerby Dickon is a farm boy and grows a friendship with Mary and Colin. Mary did not know how to use such a thing so Martha teaches her. His father was in the belief that his son inherited his defect of appearance. Upon returning to the garden, she notices that spring has arrived and the flowers are blooming. Mary awakens to hear Colin screaming and throwing a tantrum from inside his room.
But while helping the bird, the other birds, which is the family of the bird flew away and the bird became lonely so the bird came back to Ben. Dickon goes to see Mary and Colin and they make preparations to visit the garden. Soon, Mary was sent to relatives in England. Mary is in the secret garden. Medlock instructs Mary to keep out of trouble and not to disturb her uncle, who would rather not see her at all, while she finds ways to amuse herself. Mary and Colin are kindred spirits and when she tells him about the secret garden, he becomes determined to see it for himself. Mary continues her search for the secret garden, to no avail.
Mary is then taken to live with her uncle, Archibald Craven, a lonely man who lives in a large mansion near a moor and travels often. She learned that in the labyrinth of the usual garden was hidden the secret area. Mary and Dickon speak in a Yorkshire dialect and Colin joins them for the first time. Dickon, brother of a housemaid, tells her of the garden behind the wall. Sowerby and wish that she were their mothers.
The servants watch, stunned, as Mr Craven and Colin walk back to the manor together. She discovers the secret garden and brings happiness back to her uncle and life back to the garden. Then God, in his and mercy, covered Adam and Eve with garments made from animal skins. The story ends with everyone walking back to the manor and shocking the servants when they see Colin walking. Chapter 7 Martha had a day out, so Mary was alone. Mary tells her uncle that she would like a bit of earth to make her happy. The owner was amazed — his former wife also liked to grow trees and plants.
Ben has done so out of love and loyalty for the late Mistress Craven: he was a favorite of hers. Dickon, who brings her a set of gardening tools and promises to help her bring the secret garden back to life, vastly aids her in her endeavor. Mary tells Martha her feelings for Dickon. When she arrives, she overhears Martha Sowerby, her servant and maid, talk about a secret garden. He practices walking out of his wheelchair and is excited to show his father when he returns. She asks to lead her to the door. Her parents have no time or desire to see their daughter, leaving her in the care of servants.
We are thankful of their contributions and encourage you to make your own. Mary rushes to his room in a fury and commands him to stop crying. She weeded out the weeds and the grasses. Archibald and Neville noticed that Mary was very similar to her aunt — she had Lily's eyes. Mary and Colin find it difficult to maintain their charade.
Her anger leads her to act out, but she never cries. Both Mary and Colin express the wish that she were their mother; stories of her sustain each of them before their respective transformations. Her spirit is associated with both roses and the secret garden. We do not consider this content professional or citable. Inside, she finds the secret garden. Then she ends up in a wall with no door finally. While skipping rope down a small pathway, she discovers a hidden door which she unlocks with the key she found earlier.
Craven died, only neglecting it when his arthritis flared up. The staff at the manor speak of her uncle as a cursed man, forever enveloped in grief since the loss of his wife. . This channel discusses and reviews books, novels, and short stories through drawing. He's been told his whole life that he is sickly, so he believes it—even though there is actually nothing physically wrong with him. As spring arrives and flowers bloom and animals are born, the children continue to visit the garden together and Colin grows stronger by the day, eventually learning to walk.