Loving Frank: A Novel - Part III, Chapters 49-51 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Horan
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In Chapter 49, Mamah enjoys the opening of Midway Gardens. Frank stands by her side and introduces her to one person after another. Margaret Anderson, the owner of the Little Review, tells her that Frank has shown her the translation she did of the Goethe poem. She wants to publish it sometime after the New Year because she is booked up for the next six months. Mamah is excited at the prospect. John Wright, Frank’s son, walks up to her and talks to her. He ignores the looks that his talking to her attracts. He tells her that his father is happy.

In Chapter 50, Mamah begins writing her book. The children have come to Taliesin, but they spend their time mostly on horseback. When they are not out riding they are in the barn waiting for a foal to be born...

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