The Member of the Wedding - Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 Summary

Frances said goodbye to her old town at 6:30 in the morning. She rode the bus sitting a little apart from Bernice, John Henry, and her father. They arrived at 11 a.m., and the author says, "the next hours were unexplainable." By mid-afternoon, it was all over. It ended with Frances being dragged out of the wedding couple's car, throwing herself down in the dust as the car sped away, crying, "Take me! Take me!"

Now Frances just hates everybody and herself worst of all. On the bus ride home, Bernice tries to console her by planning a party for Frances and some new friends after school starts in a few weeks, but Frances is too heartbroken and furious to talk about it. Even the wedding has not included her, just like the girls' club and the war, and Frances is determined to show...

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