Loving Frank: A Novel - Part III, Chapters 37-40 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Horan
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In Chapter 37, Mamah receives a letter from a Mr. Huebsch from New York telling her that Ellen Keys has given him the exclusive rights to publish Love and Ethic in America. Mamah goes to the shed to get her belongings so she can settle into Taliesin, while Frank is in Chicago. Raccoons have gotten into the boxes. She feels ill as she carries the remains of her possessions into the house. She aches over the loss of the portrait of her family. She is elated to find the translations unharmed.

The close call makes her return to the translations at once. She writes to Ellen detailing what she plans to do. Billy tells her that Josiah has come back. Josiah is a young carpenter’s apprentice who has considerable talent, but a weakness for drink. He has failed to show up...

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