The Boston Girl - Section 2, Pages 65 – 130 Summary & Analysis

Anita Diamant
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When Addie is 16, she has her first kiss with Harold George Weeks of Bath, Maine, at a dance in Rockport. Harold is a Coast Guard cadet, and is very tall. He wants more than just a kiss, but Addie won’t give anything more to him. That autumn, Levine and Papa discuss celebrating Thanksgiving now that they are Americans, and registering to become permanent citizens. Levine and Celia also believe that women should have the right to vote, but Celia won’t hear of a Thanksgiving turkey for dinner, wanting kosher chicken instead. She has been struggling to grow close to Levine’s sons, saying they miss their real mother. Sometime later, Harold is stationed in Boston, and runs into Addie. She agrees to have dinner with him. Afterwards, they kiss, and he calls her his girl. They see a movie a Charlie...

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