What's Bred in the Bone - Part 1 (Pages 23-72) Summary & Analysis

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The review of Francis' life as viewed by the Lesser Zadkiel and the Daimon Maimas begins. Their record begins at Blairlogie with a brief description of the town. Likened to a wedding cake, the town is made up mostly of Scots (as the small, but highly decorated top layer), French Canadians (as the central middle layer), and finally, at the bottom, Poles who are laborers and farmers (the foundational layer). The Scots are Presbyterian, and the French Canadians and Poles are Catholic. The Senator, the wealthiest and most influential man in town, is a Catholic Scot, a rich liberal married to a French woman. The town is puzzled by this man who seems to cross all the lines. The Honourable James Ignatius McRory, the Senator, is Francis' grandfather.

The story begins with the Senator because he is the origin...

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