The Book Shop - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Violet Gamart finally calls at the Old House Bookshop after the reopening of the library. Young Christine now has the library customers organized and orderly. The artist, Theodore Gill, arrives at the same time with his local artwork. While Florence is distracted by Mr. Gill, Mrs. Gamart falls afoul of Christine's system. To the horror of other customers, Mrs. Gamart receives a rap over the knuckles with a school ruler for picking up books ordered by others.

Mrs. Gamart, face reddened and clasping her hand, leaves the shop without a word. Locals are affronted, and claim Christine has been given too much authority for one so young. Florence asks the distraught Christine to deliver the order for Mr. Brundish. She also sends a note asking him to advise her on the suitability of stocking Lolita and a copy of it for him to...

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