The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 12: pages 209-227 Summary & Analysis

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Section 12: pages 209-227 Summary

On 22 July, 1946, Juliet tells Sophie she has been trying to be reasonable about Dawsey for the two months she has spent in Guernsey, and she was doing well until last night. Dawsey visited to borrow a suitcase for his trip to Louviers, and as they walked along the headlands, she thought he was going to kiss her, but the local taxi pulled up with Mark Reynolds in it. Juliet introduced the two men, but then Dawsey left without a backward glance. Juliet writes to Sophie again on the 24th that she has irrevocably refused Mark. Mark seems irritated by Kit's presence and suggests Juliet say goodbye "before she starts thinking you're going to take care of her for the rest of her life" (p. 213); Juliet angrily tells him cannot marry someone who does not love Kit or Guernsey. For...

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