The Summer of the Swans - Study Guide Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Aunt Willie comes out of the house, still unwilling to let Wanda go off on the motor scooter. Frank offers to take her on a ride to show her how safe it is. Aunt Willie is reluctant until Sara says that she is too old to ride on a motor scooter. Aunt Willie becomes upset with Sara's declaration and agrees to ride on the motor scooter. Frank takes Aunt Willie up and down the street. Aunt Willie screams the entire time. When the ride is over, however, Aunt Willie agrees to allow Wanda to ride on the bike.

Aunt Willie comments as Wanda and Frank leave that soon it will be Sara on the back of the motor scooter. Sara does not agree, still convinced she is much uglier than Wanda and will never attract a boy. Aunt Willie says she understands. She herself had a much...

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