A Summons to Memphis - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Peter Taylor
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Chapter 8 Summary

It was a mile drive from the church to Father's steps of his house. During the ride back, he appeared to be in conversation with himself. Phillip half expected his father to travel to California or prevail with his strong will in some other way. He did not think his sisters had the means of institutionalization or incarceration like the old men he remembered of his childhood.

They got closer to Father's house and recognized an object outside to be a moving van. They realized someone was moving in and it was both sisters. Phillip realized how determined his sisters were to keeping Father alone. Alex would not even face the sisters and enter the house.

The sisters each greeted him cordially. He was informed the daybed had been made up for him in the study. Phillip, however, could not bear to stay...

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