The Beet Queen - Part 2, Chapter 4, 1941 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 4, 1941 Summary

Mary Adare. As Mary grows up, the town's fascination with the miracle she caused subsides. Mary grows unhappy with her appearance, but is content to have Celestine a large part of her life. Mary has grown to love the butcher shop, so when Fritzie becomes ill and is advised to move south, it is an easy choice to allow Mary to take over the shop. Sita has no interest in the shop and has decided to move to Fargo anyway in order to be a model for a department store. Before Fritzie and Pete leave, Celestine's brother, Russell, becomes injured in the war. Russell comes home a war hero with scars on his face and chest. The manager of the bank gives Russell a job as a teller. Mary goes to see him there and finds the scars attractive. Mary arranges...

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