A Cup of Tea: A Novel of 1917 - Pages 100-133 Summary & Analysis

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Philip writes to Rosemary from France. The troops are on their way to Normandy but so far they haven't left the comfort of inns, friendly faces, and good food. As she reads the letter, Rosemary reflects on recent events and the story rolls back in time a few weeks.

Preparing for the wedding- particularly on the day of the wedding is busy and full of mayhem. The wedding itself is beautiful and goes exactly as planned.

Though Rosemary does not see her, Eleanor is in the crowd outside as the wedding party emerges, and catches sight of Philip kissing Rosemary on the steps. As Eleanor walks away, a drunk on the street recognizes her as his daughter. Even though he is fact her father, Eleanor ignores him and pretends he is mistaken.

Eleanor goes to a musical in which Josie has...

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