High Dive: A Novel - Part Four: The Grand, 1984, Chapter 7 – Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Jonathan Lee
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Part Four: The Grand, 1984, continued:

In Chapter 7, while in the living room with her father, Freya thinks about her life. She thinks about how Sarah has lost her mother to cancer, while Freya’s own mother barely keeps in touch.

In Chapter 8, Dan flirts with Lena. When the conversation turns to Ireland, Dan angrily asks the waiter if he believes Thatcher is a terrorist. This change in mood disturbs Lena, who says she has to go. Dan puts down money for the drinks, then rushes out after Lena. She takes a bus home despite Dan’s apologies, and Dan goes home alone.

In Chapter 9, Moose is thrilled for the moment of Prime Minister Thatcher’s arrival. Conservative leaders, politicians, and important figures are all gathered to greet her. Staff, security, and the press are also on hand. While waiting...

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