A Summer to Die - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

After the darkroom is completed, Meg realizes what having success feels like. She understands how her father feels when he finishes a chapter; how her mother feels when she finishes a square on the quilt she is sewing; and, how Molly felt when she became a cheerleader and when Tierney asked her to go steady. The first photos she develops are those of Will Banks and the old abandoned house. She is proud of their quality and feels like an artist. From her photography class, Meg knows how to develop the negatives. Her mother is surprised to see all the pictures of Will Banks.

Meg recalls that day and how Will had told her about being an Army officer in Germany during World War II. He had talked about how happy he was when he returned home to Margaret and her blueberry pies which he ate for...

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