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Blackout - London—September 1940 Summary & Analysis

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London—September 1940 Summary

Eileen finally relents and takes the children from the shelter to the house so they can use the bathroom. She gets them back into the shelter and they fall asleep until Theodore's mother comes knocking on the door. She feeds all of them and offers to allow Eileen to stay as long as she wants. Eileen asks if she can give the address during her search for her cousin. Mrs. Willet agrees and says Mrs. Owens has a phone so Eileen can use the number for contact as well.

Eileen tries to take the Hodbins to their mother but she's still not home. Alf finds a place for them to hide their luggage so they can go to the shops on Oxford Street to search for Polly. They search but can't find Polly. This time when Eileen takes them...

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