The Broken Bridge - Chapter 6, The Ghost Train and a Childhood Flashback Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, The Ghost Train and a Childhood Flashback Summary

Wendy Stevens telephones on Saturday with the news that Robert's mother died the previous night; Ginny's father heads to Liverpool. When Ginny asks her father if he loved Robert's mother, he brushes her aside, telling her has to move quickly. When Ginny asks why she never sees her grandparents, once again, he brushes her question aside.

Ginny meets with Rhiannon and feels quite ashamed when her friend expresses sympathy for poor Robert. Ginny realizes she had been too full of self-pity to sympathize with poor Robert. Yet, Ginny asks Rhiannon how her father could do something like this. " ... how could he have a child with one woman and then go off and marry another one and never mention the first one? All this time I thought I was the...

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