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Blackout - Warwickshire—May 1940 Summary & Analysis

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Warwickshire—May 1940 Summary

Eileen continues to nurse Binnie. She's giving Binnie aspirin to try to bring down her fever. One night, Eileen doesn't give her the aspirin and Binnie's temperature spikes. Eileen really believes that Binnie might die. Then, suddenly her fever breaks. Even after Binnie doesn't have a fever, Eileen notices that Binnie isn't acting like her boisterous self. She arranges for Alf to come in and the ribbing between sister and brother seem to get Binnie back to her old self.

Binnie and Alf start asking about tombstones and what happens when you don't have a name. This is when Eileen gets it out of Alf that Binnie is just short for Hodbin and that Binnie doesn't have a name. Considering Binnie's mom didn't come when they sent for her while Binnie was sick, Eileen and the vicar think it's...

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