A Summons to Memphis - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Peter Taylor
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Chapter 7 Summary

Phillip gets the call about his Father and Clara Stockwell's intentions. He is mulling over his loneliness without Holly, even though she has only been gone for a week. Normally, he would have let his sisters go and not helped in their plans with Father. However, he was also dealing with loneliness and felt a relation to his father in it. He decided to go to Memphis and see what he could do.

During the night and on his plane trip to Memphis, Phillip thinks about the differences between the two lifestyles. His father could not have known the trauma he caused him, moving at thirteen to a new city. Phillip felt his transition into adolescence was interrupted. He also came to the conclusion that he had to convince his sisters to forget, and that vengeance was not for them to determine. He...

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