Under the Tuscan Sun: At Home in Italy - Under the Tuscan Sun: At Home in Italy Summary & Analysis

Frances Mayes
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In "Sister Water, Brother Fire," Frances and Ed turned their attention to the gardens when they return the following spring. Frances found herself watching a local man who would bring flowers everyday to the shrine that adorned Bramasole's front gate. Frances made up stories for herself about who the man was and why he would come to the shrine, bringing whatever flowers he would find growing alongside the road. This man was an example to Frances of what made Italy such a wonderful place to be.

One afternoon, while pulling weeds from one of the terraces, Frances stumbled upon a well. The find turned out to be a chute of sorts that connected to other chutes on other terraces that all ran down to the cistern that sat at the bottom of their property. Later, Frances and Ed found...

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