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

Frances Mayes
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Summary and Analysis

In "Whir of the Sun," Frances was at Bramasole alone because Ed had to return to Minnesota for his parents' wedding anniversary celebration. Frances fell into a routine of her own making, finding herself doing things she had never done before, such as napping at nine in the morning. Frances attended a lunch with some local Americans who also bought and renovated a home in Tuscany. Frances found the lunch to be enlightening as it was attended by many writers and artists. One woman in particular made an impression on Frances because Frances had been a fan of the woman's writing previous to meeting her. This woman, Elizabeth, who had a house in Cortona, would become a good friend to Frances and Ed. At the same time, Frances and Ed discovered they were beginning to be accepted in town. They made a point of shopping in all...

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