The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 11: pages 190-208 Summary & Analysis

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Section 11: pages 190-208 Summary

On 28 June, 1946, Juliet wants to send her notes to Sidney because she has a lot of information but cannot seem to make it come together in a pleasing structure. On 1 July, Sidney responds that he wants to visit Guernsey this weekend and will collect Juliet's manuscript then. Juliet is happy that Sidney is visiting, and Isola insists he stay with her. On 6 July, Sidney writes Sophie that he has finally arrived on Guernsey. Juliet is full of her old zest, and the welcoming people of Guernsey seem to have seduced her from the city life. On the 12th, Sidney tells Juliet that he has read her notes and the book needs a center, one person's voice to explain what is going on around her; Juliet already has her center, Elizabeth McKenna. Everyone Juliet interviewed talked about Elizabeth at some...

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