A Summons to Memphis - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Peter Taylor
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Chapter 10 Summary

George Carver and Lewis Shackleford were great friends. Phillip spent a lot of time watching the pair and their individuality. Mrs. Shackleford and Mother were friends too, and often did things as families together, even though the Shackleford's did not have children.

Phillip often sat in on business meetings where his father and Mr. Shackleford presided. They never raised their voices, only listened to what went on around them. They were deep in thought, usually.

Six years, after the move to Nashville, was when the "Deception" of father by Mr. Shackleford occurred. Father was temporarily working in St. Louis at another company. Several times, Mr. Shackleford was to come and explain why money had been transferred and mortgaged without his knowledge. Three separate instances, Mr. Shackleford was not there when Father went to pick him up. Father was angry. It went to court...

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