Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography - Study Guide Chapters 28-29 Summary & Analysis

Jessica Mitford
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Esmond and Jessica stay at a small cottage on Martha's Vineyard. They are visiting the co-editor of a small left-wing magazine, Seldon Rodman and his wife, and meet many left-wing people in the area. They check out of the cabin to save money, but sneak in at night to sleep there. The Rodman's assume they are camping.

The worsening situation in Europe leads to many political discussions with the people they meet. Esmond supports the Soviet position, especially in regard to the non-aggression pact. He would analyze the situation and present his views for anyone who would listen. Jessica and Esmond decide that they will not return to England until the fighting beings. They are basically very happy in America.

Esmond and Jessica travel to Washington DC. They want to try to gain a better understanding of American politics, which is why they...

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