The Summer Prince - Summer Summary & Analysis

Alaya Dawn Johnson
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On December 25, Enki and June decorate the cliffs of the island O Quilombola with Christmas lights. June also tries to avoid thinking about how much she likes Enki, and how much she likes spending time with him, but is unable to do so. She thinks about how Gil and Enki, though not steady, are still the golden couple to the media. At a family dinner with Gil, Mother uses prayer time as a way to lecture June about fulfilling her potential. June is angered and storms out. Gil follows to make sure June is alright. June assures him she is.

June’s ancestry is a mix of Brazilian and North American. She explains her great-grandfather and his daughter, April, moved to Japanese-designed Palmares Tres, and she explains her widowed great-grandfather opposed the arrival of plague-stricken war refugees from Sao Palo and Rio, while April...

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