The Little Red Chairs - South London – Kennels Summary & Analysis

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After leaving her home and leaving for London, Fidelma went to some charity organizations, including one run by her future landlady Jasmeen. Initially, Jasmeen’s organization could not help Fidelma because she was single (the organization helped homeless families). However, after he interview with the organization Jasmeen let her live at her home. According to Jasmeen, she helped Fidelma because she had to seek help as well, after her husband left her and her children. Jasmeen also helped because she had a soft-spot for the Irish because an Irish woman named Maureen helped her after someone broke her window for being black.

The narrative then moves to slightly before Fidelma meeting Jasmeen. According to the narrator, Fidelma was able to raise money to leave her home by allowing Sister Bonaventure to sell her car. After arriving in London, she asked for work...

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