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A Year in Provence Chapter Summary & Analysis - September Summary

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September Summary and Analysis

The tourists disappear, and the weather is most pleasant. Faustin, however, is skeptical about what still may come from the skies before he has the chance to harvest the grapes. He must pick the table grapes before the wine grapes, and does so once Henriette - his mechanic wife - has serviced the truck. Using scissors, they and their daughter set to work. At the end of the chapter, they pick the grapes that will be made into wine, with the help of a cousin named Raoul and Faustin's father. The Mayles accompany the pickers to the cooperative at Maubec, and there they are weighed and tested for alcoholic content, which is ranked at 12.32 percent.

Peter notices that all their neighbors have tales to share about the guests from August, and he comes up with a title for these: The Sayings of August. These include...

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