The House Next Door - Part Three: The Greenes, Chapters 22 and 23 Summary & Analysis

Anne Rivers Siddons
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Part Three: The Greenes, Chapters 22 and 23 Summary

During the winter months, the Kennedys almost become recluses. They spend their time absorbed in each other. At a ballet guild meeting, Eloise pokes fun at Colquitt about her disagreement with Claire and the idea that the Greenes' house is haunted. In February an ice storm hits the area and leaves the Kennedys and their neighbors without lights and heat for two days. The evening of the second day, Claire knocks on the Kennedys' kitchen door. Claire tells Colquitt that Duck has dropped out of Yale and gotten married. Duck and his wife won't let Roger or Claire know where they are to come and get them. Colquitt finally coaxes from Claire that it is Libby that Duck has married. They have gotten married because Libby is pregnant.

During her visit, Claire also...

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