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Personal History - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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The year 1946 gradually moves Kay and Phil Graham towards a new and serious life. Phil becomes Father's deputy and starts learning the newspaper business at the top. Donny is a difficult baby, and Kay regularly leans on three-year-old Lally for eager assistance. Kay learns to get along with her new responsibilities and to relate to her immediately overworked husband. The Grahams' social circle is expanding. Prich remains close even after returning to Kentucky. They establish a life-long friendship with Joseph Alsop, the popular Herald-Tribune columnist, who lives beyond his means. They also become friends with the prima dona columnist Walter Lippmann and his protective wife, Helen. They grow so close to star New York Times reporter James (Scotty) Reston and his wife Sally that they name them legal guardians for the children. Kay's closest new friendship is with Polly Wisner.

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