A Summons to Memphis - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Peter Taylor
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Chapter 11 Summary

Phillip receives a letter from Josephine, the first one in three months. She says Father is frail and needs to get away from Memphis. They have booked two weeks at Owl Mountain Inn in July. They would like him to come also.

Owl Mountain was an hour away from Chattanooga and split Middle and East Tennessee. Phillip flew in on a Thursday to stay the weekend. The days seemed uneventful and Father did not appear as frail as was supposed.

Sunday, before Phillip was scheduled to leave, they had dinner. Walking in, he noticed Clara Price at a table with five teenagers, her children presumably. He was torn between introducing himself and introducing her to his sisters and Father. He dives in to eat his food, but stops cold with Betsy's words. She recognized Clara Price. Josephine turned around and commented that it...

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