The Two-Family House - Chapters 49-56 Summary & Analysis

Lynda Cohen Loigman
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Chapter 49 is from Natalie's perspective. It is set in May, 1961. Natalie is one of the bridesmaids in Mimi's elaborate wedding to a wealthy young man. She swears she will never marry. After the ceremony, she hides out until Johnny finds her, then they spend time together.

Chapter 50 is from Judith's perspective. Judith tells Harry that she plans to never marry, but admits it is mainly because she would never want an elaborate wedding like Mimi's. Harry is married to a woman named Barbara. After the dance, Mort and Judith sit together. Mimi's husband's family is wealthy, and they planned and paid for the wedding. Mort points out that he has been working to “look at things differently” and says he and Rose agreed it was best to let Mimi have her way (218). He looks toward Rose as he points out that he has...

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