The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 3: pages 45-67 Summary & Analysis

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Section 3: pages 45-67 Summary

On 13 February, 1946, Reverend Simon Simpless writes to Amelia that he has known Juliet since she was a child and she is trustworthy and will do as she says. Amelia writes to Juliet on 18 February, 1946, that she has told the members about Juliet's article and suggested anyone interested write to Juliet. As Dawsey said, the Society was created to prevent the arrest of Amelia's dinner guests, but Amelia knew nothing of their situation until the next morning when Elizabeth stopped in her kitchen to survey her books and announced they would need more to be the Guernsey Literary Society. Since the Germans encouraged artistic and cultural pursuits, the Commandant only fined Amelia's friends, but since he asked to attend meetings, they bought books that afternoon and alerted the members to come choose a book to read, beginning their society.

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