The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 13: pages 228-249 Summary & Analysis

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Section 13: pages 228-249 Summary

On 7 August, 1946, Juliet tells Sidney that when the children were evacuated, Elizabeth gave Eli a pin from her blouse, her father's medal from World War I, because he was nervous, telling him it was a magic badge and "nothing bad could happen to him while he wore it" (p. 229). On the 9th, Juliet insists Sidney's inquiries about Dawsey are misdirected as he barely speaks to her, and Isola tells Juliet about how Dawsey nearly beat Eddie Meares to death when he heard that Eddie reported seeing the Todt worker at Peter Sawyer's house.

On 11 August, Juliet excitedly writes to Sidney that Isola brought letters written to her Granny Pheen by a stranger to last night's meeting. Granny Pheen received eight letters about the life of Solange from this man, signed O. F. O' F W. W. Juliet wonders if...

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