The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 9: pages 159-173 Summary & Analysis

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Section 9: pages 159-173 Summary

As Part 2 begins, Juliet writes to Sidney on 22 May, 1946 that she had a ghastly voyage from Weymouth and became anxious as she pulled into St. Peter Port because she was nervous to see her corresponding friends without paper to hide behind; however, there was no turning back as the mail boat pulled into the pier, and she immediately recognized her friends. Kit was standoffish at first, but Juliet played her severed thumb trick until Kit giggled and asked how she did it. Juliet must have passed Kit's test because, after dinner, Kit asked her to tell her a story about a ferret before bed and even offered her cheek to be kissed.

On 24 May, Juliet tells Sophie that she is on Guernsey, though Mark did his best to stop her. She is going to take a walk in the...

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