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13 Little Blue Envelopes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Parts 7 and 8: Pages 159 - 180 Summary

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Parts 7 and 8: Pages 159 - 180 Summary

The next letter tells Ginny to get on a night train for Paris and stay on the Left Bank, in Montparnasse. Aunt Peg lists an impressive group of artists that have been there, and insists that she go to the Louvre where she can get her next assignment in the correct kind of atmosphere. She manages to get a ticket and her couchette is shared with five others. Ginny spends the time writing a letter to Miriam in her notebook. She tells her about how she put the run on Beppe, and that she is now on a train to Paris. She manages to find a hostel once there and is warned that the doors are locked at ten each night. She heads to the Louvre feeling somewhat alone and chooses one of the three wings at random, wandering through Egyptian...

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