The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street - Sunday, June 20; Monday, June 21; Tuesday, June 22; Wednesday, June 23; Thursday, June 24; Friday, June 25; and Saturday, June 26 Summary & Analysis

Helene Hanff
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On Sunday, June 20, Ms. Hanff visited Russell Square where she met a ticket taker with whom she discussed roses. Later Ms. Hanff went Pat Buckley's home where they had dinner before taking his car to a pub where Shakespeare used to be a regular customer. Ms. Hanff was annoyed by the other customers until she realized many of them were most likely the same kind of people Shakespeare would have seen on his visits. Ms. Hanff and Mr. Buckley then drove around the city and saw the Tower of London. Ms. Hunff commented on the ceremony of the guards locking the gate and learned they had done that every night for more than seven hundred years, even...

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