Loving Frank: A Novel - Part II, Chapters 19-22 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Horan
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In Chapter 19, Mamah will not talk about her friend’s death with Frank. She goes to St. Hedwig’s Church. After the woman in the café had put her in a taxi, Frank had been at the hotel to receive her. He tried to comfort her, but he did not know Mattie. Frank was already worried because his project was moving so slowly. This was not the spiritual adventure that they had imagined. Mamah needed a silent space to say goodbye to her friend. She wonders if she was too wrapped up in herself to see that Mattie was failing.

Mamah remembers when the two of them traveled to Colorado to pass out literature to help pass the Women’s Suffrage Bill. Several men begin arguing with Mamah about the suffrage movement. Mattie keeps quiet at first and then asks the...

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