Three Junes - Upright: 1995, Chapter 13 - Boys: 1999, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Upright: 1995 (continued)

Chapter 13 – Fenno recalls how Mal, toward the end, began not only to remain mostly in his apartment, but mostly in bed. He remembers Mal finally giving in and crying, not wanting to accept the fact that he would die. He also remembers Lucinda giving in and crying, recalling breastfeeding Mal as a baby. Fenno remembers visiting Mal a short time later, to discover that Mal had committed suicide by pill after Fenno had agreed to help arrange the conditions. Fenno remembers Lucinda being very upset. Fenno then remembers Tony returning to New York in June.

In the present, as Fenno continues to prepare to wrap up his trip to Scotland, he realizes among his family that he is only just beginning to live life.

Boys: 1999

Chapter 14 – Tony makes dinner for Fern. Fern has known Tony for over a...

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