What's Bred in the Bone - Part 2 (Pages 124-136) Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 (Pages 124-136) Summary

Aunt Mary-Ben's control of the house includes also the choice of paintings hung on the walls. In the dining room are two impressive pieces of artwork, both religious in nature. Francis is allowed free access to the artwork in the house as well as to his aunt's book collection. From this collection comes Francis' unlikely teacher, a book entitled, "How to draw in pen and ink." In it, the author purports that if you want to be able to draw people, you have to put your hand to drawing anything and everything. Having unlimited access to pen and paper at home, Francis begins to draw. He takes the advice of the author and is never without pen and notebook in his pocket.

One afternoon, Zadok invites Francis to ride with him as he runs his errands. First, they pick...

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