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Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 15-16 Summary

Jessica Mitford
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Chapters 15-16 Summary and Analysis

Jessica is excited at the prospect of meeting Esmond. She figures she has been in love with him for years. Nervous at being introduced to him, she is seated next to him at dinner and finds out that he is returning to Spain the following week. She asks if she can go with him. He says she can, and indicates that they will talk about it later. He already knew about her from Giles and Peter and was more interested in discussing British policy toward Spain at the table.

The next day they go for a walk and discuss their plans. He has a job with a newspaper to cover the events in Spain, and she has her Running Away savings account to cover expenses. They plan their getaway and decide to leave the following Sunday. When she arrives home, her mother is...

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