The Best of Roald Dahl - The Way Up to Heaven and Parson's Pleasure Summary & Analysis

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The Way Up to Heaven and Parson's Pleasure Summary

Mrs. Foster is not a very nervous woman, but gets very stressed out when she things she is going to be late for a trip or event. her husband, Mr. Foster, always takes longer than needed and seems to enjoy torturing his wife. On one occasion, she is supposed to visit her daughter in France and meet her first grandchild. She is anxious to meet the plan, but Mr. Foster takes a very long time getting ready to take her to the airport. He is planning to stay at a club he belongs to while his wife is away. Mrs. Foster finally gets to the airport, but fog has grounded the plane. She goes home to await a flight the next day. She tells her husband he doesn't need to come to the...

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