The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 14: pages 250-262 Summary & Analysis

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Section 14: pages 250-262 Summary

On 29 August, 1946, Juliet informs Sophie that Mr. Dilwyn has returned from vacation, but Juliet delays visiting him for fear he will refuse to even consider allowing her to adopt Kit. Mr. Dilwyn has hired Dawsey to restore the Big House to rent to families on vacation to fund Kit's future. On 2 September, Juliet writes Sidney about something disturbing that has happened. Remy is very upset when she sees Juliet pet a dog on the way to St. Peter Port. After putting Remy to bed, Dawsey explains that the guards used dogs to attack the women at the concentration camp. In her postscript, Juliet ponders whether Dawsey feels more than good will toward Remy, and Sidney responds to the postscript two days later, claiming it means Juliet is in love with Dawsey. He wants to visit Guernsey on the 13th...

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