The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 2: pages 26-44 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2: pages 26-44 Summary

On 31 January, 1946, Juliet tells Sophie that though she can only maintain a dignified silence in response to Gilly's lies, Sidney called a press conference to defend her. In his letter from the same day, Dawsey tells Juliet that the Germans confiscated their livestock to feed the German soldiers on the continent, but one day, his neighbor, Mrs. Maugery, sent a note for him to come quickly with a butcher knife for she had hidden a pig and invited him to join the feast with her and her friends. They had such a good time that they forgot about curfew until the chimes rang 9 p.m., and then they tried to sneak through the fields quietly. Unfortunately, John Booker was drunk and started to sing, but when the German patrol officers questioned them, Elizabeth McKenna claimed they had been attending...

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