Circle of Friends - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 7, Nan has announced to her family that she will study in her room from now on, removing herself from her father's drunken rages, and despite his objections, she charms him into accepting the situation. Meanwhile, Eve settles into Kit's home and the two become closer. Jack's father has been asked to consult with an old friend who lives in Knockglen and is ill, and Jack agrees to accompany him, calling Benny to see if he can see her while his father is busy with his patient. When Nan learns about this, she helps Benny fix herself up, although Benny insists that it isn't a date, thinking that Jack would never be attracted to her. When Jack arrives, the Hogans serve a very nice tea and Benny shows him around the town and he is fascinated with it. At the end of...

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