The Memory Keeper's Daughter - Pages 391 -401 Summary & Analysis

Kim Edwards
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Pages 391 -401 Summary

Norah marries Frederic, accompanied by organ music played by a friend of Paul's. Phoebe is dressed up, a member of the wedding party along with Paul. The wedding has taken place at the little chapel where Bree took Norah and Paul long ago. Paul plans to take Phoebe to France to visit their mother, whom Phoebe still does not refer to as her own mother. Phoebe does not want to eat snails. They both wish Robert could have come to the wedding; Phoebe is sad that weddings cost money, but she does not think elopement is any way to have a wedding and besides, she wants an eight-layer cake. There is an uneasiness between Norah and Phoebe, and Paul is sad that they missed everyday life with her. He realizes that Phoebe accepts everything at face value and does not really...

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