Thirteen Doorways, Wolves Behind Them All - The Song of Solomon; The Three Spindles; Light, More Light Summary & Analysis

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The next section is titled 1943 – Wolves. The first chapter of this section is titled “The Song of Solomon.” Frankie manages to find opportunities for kissing, as does Loretta, though Loretta “was far better at hiding it” (157). Toni shows off her figure, which is filling out. Pearl reads more of The Hobbit. The characters of that book barely escape wolves. The angel statue tells Pearl about the events in the world, including that Anne Frank wrote a diary while hiding from the Nazis, and that she packed letters because “memories meant more to her than dresses” (158). The angel urges Pearl to do something and Pearl realizes Marguerite may have answers.

Instead of seeking her out, Pearl goes to a bar where she meets a ghost bartender, a woman named Mad Maureen Kelly. She provides Pearl with...

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