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Kane and Abel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 7, 1963-1967, Chapters 43 & 44 Summary

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Part 7, 1963-1967, Chapters 43 & 44 Summary

Abel receives a letter from the lawyers of the late Curtis Fenton, his former banker. The letter reveals that his anonymous backer from 1929 had been William Kane.

Abel and George quietly attend William's funeral to pay last respects - or possible first ones. Abel sends George to invite Florentyna and Richard to visit, which they do. Abel tells his daughter how proud he is of her accomplishments and tells Richard how foolish his vendetta had been. Abel tells them that he and William both attended Florentyna's grand opening in New York.

Abel dies, leaving his fortune to Florentyna. She opens his prized hotel in Warsaw, sad that her later father could not be there for the honor himself. In his will, Abel left his engraved silver bracelet to his only grandson, William Abel Kane.

Part 7, 1963-1967, Chapters 43 & 44 Analysis

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Kane and Abel from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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