America's First Daughter - Part Two, Chapter 22 – Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

Laurie Kamoie and Stephanie Dray
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Part Two, continued

Chapter 22 – Patsy and Tom know the rewriting of the will is a disaster for them both. John Harvie, father of Gabrielle, has been named guardian over everything, while Tom and his brother are named as executors of the estate –meaning that they are responsible for their father’s debts. Tom believes he has been punished for being unlovable and having a violent darkness inside him. Patsy tells him this is not true. Tom tells Patsy she is all he has now. The winter comes on. Jefferson finally resigns from Washington’s cabinet and returns to Monticello while Tom sinks into a depression. Jefferson is sad to hear of the situation, but has the solution: an opening for Justice of the Peace has arisen, and he believes Tom should run for the office. Jefferson also says that Patsy and...

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