The Marriage of Opposites - Chapters 9 – 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 – It is 1848. Camille returns home to Saint Thomas. Jestine is delighted to learn that Lydia is doing well, is married, and has three daughters named Amelia, Mirabelle, and Leah. Jestine is thrilled to receive Lydia’s letters. Camille goes to work in the shop as a shipping clerk, but he is restless and unhappy. He learns Marianna is now married. He continues to admire Jesus for reaching out to the afflicted and mistreated, and begins attending a Lutheran church. He is glad to see slavery abolished in Saint Thomas by the King. Rebecca Halevy-Stein at long last comes to Saint Thomas to see about her mother’s estate. She is enraged that so many of her mother’s things have either been given away or taken by friends. It is revealed later that Rebecca had tried to have an abortion at the age...

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