What's Bred in the Bone - Part 2 (Pages 100-112) Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 (Pages 100-112) Summary

Francis is taken one night to see Victoria's father and brothers knead the dough at their bakery. He never forgets the experience of helping them knead the dough. At school, his teacher notices his cleverness in art, particularly at creating caricatures. Francis enjoys escaping to the movies, where he particularly enjoys observing the backgrounds and landscapes. His observance of lighting is developed by his grandfather, who teaches Francis the art of photography and understanding how lighting affects a picture. His grandfather allows him into the darkroom to observe the retouching of photographs and even allows Francis to retouch some.

A new character is introduced into the story. Zadok Hoyle is the keeper of the Senator's horses as well as the driver for Devinney's Furniture and Undertaking Parlour. He becomes Francis' hero, second only to his grandfather. When Francis is...

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