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Book 3, The War, Chapters 5-7 Summary

On Monday morning, Deighton is in a great mood, and he dances around the kitchen in his fine clothes, entertaining the girls with his antics. Silla is not yet ready to go, and Deighton insists that she should believe that he is going to give her all the money. He points out that there is no way she can cash the check unless he goes along, and hints that the two of them have slept together the night before. Finally Silla sighs and tells him to come right back with the money, and he leaves after reminiscing about their courtship. Selina finds it hard to imagine her mother ever being a playful girl who danced, although it is easy enough to imagine Deighton as a youth. That evening, Selina finds Silla pacing alone in the...

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