Light a Penny Candle - Part 2, 1945-1954, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, 1945-1954, Chapter 13 Summary

Kilgarret has not recently seen such an elegant wedding. Aisling is a beautiful, confident bride. Sean looks as though he were walking to execution, leading her down the aisle. Eileen is stylish and happy that Aisling has been sensible about marriage. Tony looks jumpy until the service begins. Elizabeth hopes that Aisling will not be overwhelmed by her new life. Aisling looks forward to the reception being over, her virginity being lost, and her fear of Ethel being turned into Ethel fearing her. Asked about her wedding plans, Elizabeth realizes that she has not thought of Johnny in days.

At the reception, Elizabeth smirks at the hypocrisy of Fr. Riordan comments about humility. After dinner, Shay stumbles through reading telegrams and a terrible speech. Sean limits himself to introducing Fr. Mahony, who lauds the Murrays as central to the...

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