A More Perfect Union - Part III, Chapters 31 – 36 Summary & Analysis

Jodi Daynard
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In Chapter 31, Luther Martin has twin daughters, Rosa and Claire, who have invited Marcia to stay with them. The twins are identical and Johnny can tell them apart only by noting what they are wearing. Johnny explains why he is here, citing the yellow fever in Philadelphia but omitting John Adams' name from the conversation. When Marcia asks about Johnny's lodgings, he gives her the location but says he will speak to his employer about moving somewhere with more light.

In Chapter 32, Johnny considers the conversation with Kate the previous evening. She asked if he was married and he said he was not, but knows that he should have mentioned Kate. He cannot decide what he feels for Kate and cannot guess what she feels for him, and he plans to tell Marcia about Kate. Johnny arrives at Luther's law office the...

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