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Personal History Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary and Analysis

Phil and Kay feel the slowdown of entering middle age and want to give back to the world some of their privileged life. The family spends much time at Glen Welby, actively relaxing. Reconfiguring the property to their needs is Kay's job. They dam a stream to create two artificial lakes, Lake Kay and the larger, later Lake Philip. They assemble a fleet of boats and build a shack that they christen the Lake Philip Yacht Club at a gala party. Phil loves to fish and hunt and teaches the children to shoot. Meals are mostly family-oriented and often served on the beach. Friends and college students are always visiting. Lally learns to ride and hunt. Don hates riding but is superb at a variety of sports. Phil entertains the family with stories about history and other entertainments.

Only at Glen Welby does life seem...

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