Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography - Chapters 24-25 Summary & Analysis

Jessica Mitford
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Jessica and Esmond spend their first few days in New York seeing the sights and talking to people on the street. As a result of the letters of introduction, they are invited to many social functions and taken on many sight-seeing excursion, especially to sites of historical interest. Both Jessica and Esmond comment on the feelings of nationalism of the Americans. After a few weeks, they have a wide circle of friends and are invited to many social events.

They meet Kay Graham at a party and become immediate friends with her, spending a weekend at her parent's house in Westchester County. Her father owns the Washington Post. Jessica watches the interaction between Kay and her parents and realizes how different it is than the situation at Swinbrook House and her own family. Even though they had opposing political views, they still remained...

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