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Saville - Part 2, Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 9 Summary

During the following winter, Harry's father comes to live with the Savilles. He is a man of slight build, light blue eyes and few words. He wears only the suit he showed up in, already worn thin and tattered but lovingly cared for. Grandfather charms both Colin and Steven by playing with them and he forms an acquaintance with Mr. Reagan as they sit out on the back stoop and tell each other war stories, each one grander than the last.

Ellen continues to visit and care for her elderly parents who complain about how little their children do for them. This hurts Ellen deeply and she frequently returns from these visits, after cleaning, cooking, washing and shopping for them, in tears and deeply upset. Harry would like to throttle both of Ellen's parents for hurting her, but keeps a civil tongue for fear of...

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