Three Junes - Collies: 1989, Chapter 1 – Upright: 1995, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Collies: 1989

Chapter 1 – Scottish World War II veteran Paul McLeod decides to go on a group tour of Greece following the death of his wife, Maureen. The other members of the group are especially kind toward Paul because of this. Paul, who owns and operates the Dumfries-Galloway newspaper, the Yeoman, sees Maureen everywhere he goes because he misses her so much. He recalls knowing Maureen from school, and seeing her work at the Globe, a local pub and eatery.

In the present, Paul meets a young American woman on the tour named Fern who recognizes his accent as Scottish and asks about the Border collies of Scotland because she would like to own one. Paul does not wish to say much about collies, given the fact his wife raised them. Paul also befriends a fellow tour member named Jack, the leader of...

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