The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 8: pages 142-155 Summary & Analysis

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Section 8: pages 142-155 Summary

On Wednesday morning, an animal lover writes Juliet about how Guernsey's government announced that families could only keep one pet and the rest of the animals on Guernsey were put to sleep because they were not enough provisions to provide for them all. On 15 May, Sally Ann Frobisher tells Juliet she was humiliated when she had scabies during the Occupation since there was not enough soap to keep clean. When Sally asked if it would hurt, Elizabeth truthfully answered that it would, but after cutting the scabies, Elizabeth gave Sally a scarf to cover her bald head.

On 16 May, 1946, John Booker decides to write Juliet about what happened to him so he will not have to say it aloud. He spent a year at Neuengamme Concentration Camp when his lie about being Lord Tobias was discovered. Every day, he...

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