Circle of Friends - Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 finds the people of Knockglen celebrating Christmas, and Sean is glad to have been invited to lunch at the Hogans' home. Patsy, their housekeeper, tells Benny that her parents expect her to marry Sean, but Benny thinks this can't still be true because business at the shop is poor. Money is tight. On Christmas Day, Jack phones to say how much he misses Benny. Benny talks to Sean about her hopes and dreams of living in Dublin and about her relationship with Jack, but Sean insists that she simply has a crush on Jack, and it is unlikely to last.

Later, Sean approaches Mr. Hogan about being made a partner in the business and says he will leave if it does not happen. Mrs. Walsh, the housekeeper at Westlands, reflects to herself that Simon has found a woman in England that he...

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