Red Clocks - Section 9 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 299 - 324 -- Eivor receives a letter from the Royal Society of London telling her that they will not publish her article on ice because they do not believe she wrote it.

The perspective moves to the biographer, who approaches Mattie to ask her for her baby. A part of her, which she calls the "glass splinter," tries to convince her not to terminate, but she ends up agreeing to go with Mattie to the termination house in Portland, where she has an appointment for an abortion.

The narrative returns to Eivor, who writes to Harry Rattray asking him to publish her article under his name, so it can reach the world.

The perspective moves to the mender, who is in court. Bryan's testimony proved that Mr. Fivey abused his wife, and this leads to Lola taking the standing and recanting her previous testimony...

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