The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street - Sunday, June 27; Monday, June 28; Tuesday, June 29; Wednesday, June 30; and Thursday, July 1 Summary & Analysis

Helene Hanff
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On Sunday, June 27, Ms. Hanff went to services at the Royal Chapel and instantly discovered she was the center of attention, causing her a great deal of discomfort. Later that afternoon, Ms. Hanff spent the afternoon in St. James' Park where she recalled an afternoon in New York where she and two friends had a picnic on Dog Hill that was interrupted by a group of hungry dogs. Ms. Hanff thinks how a park reflects the people of the city it is in, and how much she would miss Central Park if she ever left New York. That night, The Colonel called and when he learned of her trip to Oxford, he suggested that he drive her and they stay overnight in Stratford-on-Avon on the...

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