The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 7: pages 130-141 Summary & Analysis

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Section 7: pages 130-141 Summary

On 30 April, 1946, Mark convinces Juliet to go to dinner with him at Suzette because he needs to talk to her, and the next day, Juliet insists she did not refuse him outright; she needs time to think about it because they have not known each other long enough for her to decide whether they should spend the rest of their lives together. Juliet also writes Sophie to tell her that Mark proposed, but she does not know whether she should marry him. Juliet wants to go to Guernsey and write a book about the Occupation, but Mark cannot abide the thought as he wants her to stay in London and marry him like a reasonable person.

On 13 May, 1946, Amelia writes that she is glad Juliet is going to visit Guernsey, and everyone is excitedly preparing for her arrival. Isola...

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