The Guineveres - Gwen's Revival - The Feast of Saints Peter and Paul Summary & Analysis

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Summary

Gwen’s Revival is told from Gwen’s perspective. Gwen’s father paid attention to his pretty daughter in ways that seemed inappropriate for a father, such as giving her a ring that he told her to keep hidden until she turned 18. Gwen’s mother did not like the attention he paid her, but Gwen thought she was just jealous.

Gwen’s family moved after her father had an affair and Gwen went to a new school. The girls there were mean to her because she was pretty, but three boys began to pay a great deal of attention to her. Gwen's father tells her not to trust boys because they are snakes and sometimes cannot help what they want.

One day Gwen went with the boys after school to celebrate one of their birthdays...

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