Loving Frank: A Novel - Part III, Chapters 33-36 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Horan
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In Chapter 33, Mamah is spending the summer at a camp in Canada with her daughter Martha and son John. They do not seem to remember her. John allows her to hug him and shows her a spider he found in the cabin. Martha stays behind her father. Edwin and Mamah work out their agreement for the children. He says he will see if the children will agree to four weeks with her in the summers. They are afraid of things. He told her how John went looking for her after she left Boulder and got lost. They found him that night wandering around Boulder miles from the house. She will be allowed two days visitation at Oak Park before the Christmas holiday. Martha has to be pried from Edwin’s leg when he leaves the next morning.

John wants to please...

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