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Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book I, pgs. 66-88 Summary

Allan Gurganus
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Book I, pgs. 66-88 Summary

Lucy talks about how Lanes' End was better when it was directed by Larry Winch. The residents had their choice of room color and the food was much better. But he had problems with the state over money management problems.

Willie, who Lucy calls Cap, is wearing a uniform when she first sees him. She is rather impressed. She is fifteen years of age at the time and he is approaching fifty but they begin going on walks together. Her father refers to her as Miss Engaged.

In Bull Run Honeymoon, when Lucy marries Will, reporters from Raleigh covered the event. They honeymoon in Georgia. When they arrived at the hotel near Atlanta, Will finds a war veteran and they sit and talk about Antietam. Lucy and Will finally go to their room. Lucy knew nothing about the facts of life...

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