The Clockmaker's Daughter - Part 1: II - III Summary & Analysis

Kate Morton
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In Part 1, II, the narrator gives her reader the sense that she is the ghost that haunts Birchwood Manor. She notes that she has a new visitor in the house. Some of the visitors she has encouraged to leave but there have been special ones that she has allowed to stay. The narrator does indicate that while she does not like visitors, the new visitor does distract her from wondering if Edward ever thought about her after he left. She has questions about what happened but there is no one left who can answer those questions.

In Part 1, Chapter 3, set in 2017, Elodie wondered on her way to work the following morning if she was not overly interested in her mother’s bedtime story because she was worried about the wedding. Penelope, her future mother-in-law, had asked if they could include a...

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