Loving Frank: A Novel - Part II, Chapters 15-18 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Horan
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In Chapter 15, Mamah lies apart from Frank writing in her diary. Before their voyage to Europe she and Frank had not slept together through the night. Looking at him while he sleeps makes Mamah panic. She wonders if she truly knows him. A smile comes across his face with a familiarity that calms her. Mamah likes the quiet of their cabin and does not like leaving it.

Mamah sees their living together as a test, but there are things that she does not want to reveal. She sneaks her makeup so that Frank will not see her without it. She is also seized with remorse of having left her children. The people on board the ship assume that Mamah is Frank’s wife and they do not dissuade them from the thought. Frank tells her to let go of what people...

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