The Broken Bridge - Chapter 9, The Barbecue Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, The Barbecue Summary

Ginny speaks with Robert about his mother because this is the only topic she can think of. Robert gets angry and stalks off. Ginny then visits her pals Andy and Dafydd to relay what has happened between her and her brother and to tell them about her suspicions regarding Joe Chicago stealing the fur-lined jacket.

On her walk to the Yacht Club, Ginny runs into a boy named Glyn Williams; he invites her to the barbecue on the beach. Ginny does not know Glyn very well but she has nothing against him. Glyn's father runs the greengrocer and writes poetry on the side.

Ginny works her shift at the Yacht Club and heads home to shower up and get ready for the beach barbecue. She and Robert head off together; their father seems pleased. Brother and sister walk past...

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