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The Easter Parade Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1: Chapters 3-4 Summary

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Part 1: Chapters 3-4 Summary

In chapter three, Sarah and Tony marry in the fall of 1941. Pookie dresses in shocking pink and gets drunk, hitting on the groom's father. Emily now lives alone with her mother, but has received a scholarship to attend Barnard College. Emily's father takes her out to lunch to celebrate. However, their father does not eat, but spends the meal drinking heavily. A short time later, Emily decides to go to a movie alone and runs into a soldier looking for a jazz bar called Nick's. Emily agrees to show him. However, instead of going to the club, they go to Central Park where Emily loses her virginity in a small clearing. Emily cannot even remember the soldier's last name. A week later, Emily learns her father died of pneumonia. Emily also learns that her father had a lover named Irene Hammond. Emily goes...

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