Light a Penny Candle - Part 2, 1945-1954, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, 1945-1954, Chapter 11 Summary

Elizabeth finds it harder than ever to write candidly about her life because of the secret that she and Aisling share from Stone. Tony is happy to see Aisling again. His mother has been pushing him to date a Gray. Eileen disapproves of Aisling keeping Tony dangling. Maureen finds Aisling cocky after London, and Joannie gets tired of hearing about Aisling. Sean tires of jokes about a Murray/O'Connor merger.

Violet is hospitalized for schizophrenia and Elton begs Elizabeth and Stone to visit. Elizabeth goes alone and comforts Elton. Violet is pleased to see her but easily agitated. A self-important doctor finds Elizabeth's acceptance of reality refreshing after dealing with Elton. Violet declares that Elton is the only man she has ever wanted, but sends greetings to George. Elizabeth gives her artificial violets, knowing that they will be taken...

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