A Summons to Memphis - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Peter Taylor
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Chapter 3 Summary

Alex Mercer rode in the limo with Phillip on the way from the cemetery and remarked about what may happen with Father. Phillip told him not to worry. Father did start dating and the sisters handled it well. Alex seemed relieved. He wondered if the world had changed and become more open since the old widowers he remembered as a child.

Alex wrote every week to Phillip giving him updates on his family. He reported the sisters liked to retell the stories of their father's escapades. Phillip commented that his sisters had a sometimes cruel sense of humor and over exaggerated some of Father's actions. Alex was beginning to feel uncomfortable with their actions.

Phillip says he dreaded seeing them for the first time every time they picked him up at the airport. He recalls them being labeled as "those two awful Nashville...

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