Light a Penny Candle - Part 2, 1945-1954, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, 1945-1954, Chapter 7 Summary

Letters are exchanged: Elizabeth writes about the dealing with over-eager "Uncle Harry" and her silent father. Aisling advises calling Elton Harry and to accept that half the English population is divorcing. Aisling wonders why Elizabeth spends a week at Monica's to give her parents time to talk rather than coming to Kilgarret. She reports that Donal has survived after receiving extreme unction.

Elizabeth returns from Monica's to find the house filthy; Her father has left a note about consulting a solicitor. Elizabeth wonders why her mother cannot put up with her life like other women and what happens if things go wrong with Elton. Elizabeth realizes that her father loves her no more than he does her mother, and she is tired of worrying about and consoling him. She returns to Monica's after giving the three adults a week...

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