The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 10: pages 174-189 Summary & Analysis

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Section 10: pages 174-189 Summary

On 6 June, 1946, Juliet is glad Sidney has returned to England and hopes he will visit Guernsey soon. She has tons of notes about experiences during the Occupation, but she does not know yet if a book is possible or what format it might take. Amelia tells Juliet about how when her son, Ian, was a child, Elizabeth convinced him to buy a boat and escape to avoid being sent to school in England. Unfortunately, the boat Elizabeth made and sold him began to sink, so she rescued him from drowning, but Ian decided it would be easier to go to school.

On the 12th, Remy Giraud writes to any member of the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society to tell them that Elizabeth was executed at Ravensbruck Concentration Camp in March 1945. She befriended Remy at the camp, but...

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