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Our Fathers Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Chapter 6 Summary

Andrew O'Hagan
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Part 1, Chapter 6 Summary

Jamie and Gran Margie share Christmas dinner together and Margie goes out of her way to decorate her little table and lay out the food accordingly. Partway through their meal, she brings up the media accusations against Hugh. She admits that he cut corners on materials, but insists he always made it known that it was only to offer housing at the most affordable price. She claims that if Hugh were to hear the accusations against him, he would be beside himself with hurt and anger. Jamie has always known that Hugh tried to do the right thing and was an honest businessman. While Jamie's generation was a generation of progress that saw a need to tear down deteriorating buildings, some also felt the need to criticize the construction. Those who knew Hugh well enough knew the personal accusations to be false. Jamie can see...

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