1. In "The Other Table" what man does Colette speak of?
The man that Colette speaks of in "The Other Table" is a man named Clouk, who is wealthy and has been dating the star of the music hall, Lulu, for four years.
2. Who goes to the opium den in "The Screen" and why?
In "The Screen" Clouk goes to the opium den because he is depressed and is trying to forget Lulu because she left him.
3. What happens with the man's friends in "Chouk Alone"?
In "Chouk Alone" Chouk's friends want nothing to do with him because his depression has worsened and when they leave, he thinks about life alone.
4. What does the man accept in "Chouk's Fling"?
In "Chouk's Fling" Chouk accepts that she is not going to come back to him and is gone forever and he meets with a depressing woman at a restaurant.
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