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Rules of Civility - Summertime - Chapter 16: Fortunes of War, Chapter 17: Read All About It, Chapter 18: The Now and Here Summary & Analysis

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Summertime - Chapter 16: Fortunes of War, Chapter 17: Read All About It, Chapter 18: The Now and Here Summary

Chapter 16: At Whileaway on Labor Day, Katey enters with the other invited guests, but she still feels as if she should be sneaking in through the hedges. Mr. Hollingsworth is congenial when he realizes Katey is the young lady Wallace had asked the family to invite. He offers to share any information about Wallace that she might want to know. In a powder room, Katey finds an earring that she is sure belongs to Eve. She does not want to encounter Tinker and Eve, freshly home from Europe. She tries to escape, but is stopped by Bitsy. Bitsy commiserates about Wallace leaving and says she wants to be fast friends. Then Bitsy's husband...

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