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Nora Webster - Chapters 11 – 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 – Nora begins to feel better while in town, as most people have stopped mournfully approaching her over Maurice’s death. She runs into Donal’s teacher for science and Latin, Jim Mooney, who reveals that Donal has been acting up in class and being impolite. Nora cautions Donal to do better in school. The Gibneys mostly move past the unionization. Only Thomas Gibney never speaks to Nora again.

Chapter 12 – Nancy Brophy comes to visit Nora. Nancy enlists Nora to keep score during the Guinness-sponsored local annual quiz to be held at Etchinghams’ Pub hall in nearby Blackwater. Nora agrees. Phyllis Langdon will be asking the questions. At the pub, Nora runs into Tom Darcy, husband of Mrs. Darcy.

After the contest, Tom Darcy chats with Nora and Phyllis. With him is an elderly man who knew Maurice well. Tim Hegarty, a teacher, and...

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