• The narrator recollects his old apartment in New York.
• He receives a phone call from old friend, Joe Bell.
• Joe shows the narrator pictures of a wood carving that looks remarkably like Holly Golightly.
• Joe tells the narrator a story that Mr. Yunioshi told him about a woman who stayed with the wood carver in Africa.
• Joe suspects that the woman was Holly, but the narrator is not so sure.
• Joe admits that he loves Holly, but in a platonic way.
• The narrator notices a strange calling card at the mailbox that reads "Holiday Golightly, Traveling".
• The narrator is awoken by Mr. Yunioshi and Holly having a disagreement.
• The narrator discovers that Holly has lost her key, a regular occurrence.
• The narrator describes Holly as self-amused and chic, and he believes her to be between sixteen and thirty years old.
• The narrator notices a...
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