Three Junes - Upright: 1995, Chapters 5 – 8 Summary & Analysis

Julia Glass
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Upright: 1995 (continued)

Chapter 5 – Fenno remembers working as a research assistant to the biographer of Joseph Cornell, work he felt was beneath him, but work that paid the bills. It was through Ralph, Fenno recalls, that he came to manage the bookstore Plume, as Ralph provided the funding to begin the shop. Fenno also remembers no longer going to clubs and staying out of sexual relationships because of the AIDS epidemic. In the present, Fenno sits up alone drinking wine and reflecting on his family. Dennis encourages Fenno to keep him company while he does the dishes. Fenno agrees. During this time, he thinks about how he would never have agreed to go to Naxos had it not been for the insistence of his family. Fenno notes that it is not tradition to be cremated and buried in Greece. Dennis lightheartedly comments that Fenno...

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