Three Junes - Upright: 1995, Chapters 9 – 12 Summary & Analysis

Julia Glass
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Upright: 1995 (continued)

Chapter 9 – Fenno remembers meeting Mal’s mom, Lucinda, before bringing Mal to Scotland, and how Fenno did not know how Mal had explained him to his mother. Fenno also recalls how close Mal was with his mother, and how Lucinda ran a home for pregnant teen girls who wanted to have their babies, ultimately to care for the babies themselves, or to give them up for adoption.

In the present, Fenno travels to Arran Island, a place where he and Mal stayed at a farm bed-and-breakfast during their trip to Scotland many years before. Fenno takes a room for the night, and reads Lillian’s letter. Lillian explains she and David are unable to conceive, and they wish Fenno to be a sperm donor. He returns home late the following night. At home, Dennis asks about Fenno and the letter, already...

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