Kane and Abel - Part 7, 1963-1967, Chapters 41 & 42 Summary & Analysis

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Part 7, 1963-1967, Chapters 41 & 42 Summary

Abel does not enjoy the revenge as much as he thought he would. Abel wants to see his daughter and grandchildren but insists he cannot see Richard as long as his father is still alive. Depressed, Abel does not leave his penthouse for six months.

The New York Florentyna's opens in March 1967. Kate and Lucy Kane attend the opening as did George. Neither Abel nor William attend with their families.

William dresses and leaves the house alone. Due to his declining health, he has not left the house unaccompanied in some time. He makes his way to Fifth Avenue to see the new store. A few yards away, he sees an old man standing away from the crowd. They walk toward each other and William sees a silver band fall to the other man's wrist. It all fits into place for William for...

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