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Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography - Chapter 5-6 Summary & Analysis

Jessica Mitford
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Chapter 5-6 Summary and Analysis

The family went to London for the wedding. Their Rutland Gate home was opposite Hyde Park. The family rarely used the home except for the London season. Jessica like being at the London house. Jessica was excited about the wedding and all the excitement of the preparations. She was to be one of the bridesmaids. Their nanny made sure there were excursions to various London sites so it was not a boring time, even though Jessica and Debo were not allowed off of the Rutland grounds alone.

On the day of the wedding, both Debo and Jessica had scarlet fever and could not attend the festivities. The girls, with their nanny, stayed in the country with Diana and Bryan after they returned from their honeymoon. Jessica noted how Diana changed after her wedding. She was not a wealthy and popular socialite and she...

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