The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 5: pages 87-108 Summary & Analysis

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Section 5: pages 87-108 Summary

On 27 March, 1946, John Booker writes Juliet that he has only read one book, "The Letters of Seneca: Translated from Latin in One Volume" over and over. From 1940 to 1944, he pretended to be Lord Tobias Penn-Piers, his former employer, to the Germans. When the Commandant ordered all Jews to register, Elizabeth suggested John pretend to be Lord Tobias, and she helped with the charade by painting his picture and hanging it in the library. Juliet writes Sidney and Piers on 31 March that she is living in Guernsey more than London at the moment. She wonders if there could be a book in the story of the Occupation.

On 2 April, Dawsey explains that he could not see Christian Hellman as bad since they talked about Charles Lamb and Hellman helped him deliver water to the people of Guernsey. On 7 April, Will...

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