Light a Penny Candle - Part 3, 1954-1956, Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, 1954-1956, Chapter 14 Summary

Aisling books rooms at Dublin's Shelbourne Hotel for one night before flying to Rome. Tony insists on visiting a seedy bar, where he befriends a local drunk for five hours, ignoring Aisling, who can no longer just walk out. Ignoring them, she plans a romantic evening, which fails when Tony falls asleep before Aisling can emerge in her negligee. She writes Elizabeth that everything is super, followed by a series of postcards from Rome and a note on meeting the Pope and sightseeing.

Elizabeth's snapshots please Stefan and Anna but Father wants only to talk about her marrying. Elizabeth declares this unmodern. Meanwhile, Eileen talks Ethel out of meeting the honeymooners at the airport and, flying home, Tony accepts that they are equals in marriage. He is anxious that their sex life improve, but Aisling says that it just...

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