How Green Was My Valley - Study Guide Chapters Twenty-Two and Twenty-Three Summary & Analysis

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Narrating in the present tense, Huw discusses the the beautiful old glass in the kitchen windows which is now falling out, and remembers his mother cleaning them. The slag heap will cover the house. Reflecting on his own poverty, he remembers his first new suit.

After buying bolts of cloth from the mill, Huw and his father go to Hwfa Williams to have clothing made,and Huw finally gets long pants, like the men. An offhanded remark about a local woman piques Huw's interest in some knowledge he has been denied.

Ceridwen and Blethyn are happy together, but Huw notices that Iestyn and Angharad are not happy when they are together. From London, Owen sends a newspaper article announcing Iestyn's marriage to Angharad, which has been done without the Morgans' permission. Huw tells Angharad before they come in. She is angry...

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