The Mothers - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Brit Bennett
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In the opening of this chapter, the Mothers talk about the wedding, its secrets they know, and the inappropriate girls that populate today's weddings, degrading their churches as a result. But none of those girls are like Aubrey Evans, who they recognize as one of them and feel a certain kinship towards. Aubrey is not a show-off but the kind of girl that falls in love slowly and surely, one that accepts the pastor's blessing for comfort. When Shadi arrived for the wedding, he and Robert got along instantly, annoying Nadia, who became upset at her father during dinner over his decision to remove Elise's photographs.

Nadia became emotional repeatedly during the wedding, remembering stories of her parent's cheap wedding, and when she went off to be alone, she ran into Luke. He avoided her questions by shrugging and she compared that response to...

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