A Cup of Tea: A Novel of 1917 - Pages 165-200 Summary & Analysis

Amy Ephron
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Pages 165-200 Summary

Days later, Rosemary and Philip head to bed after a quiet dinner at home. Rosemary is full of passion and bold. At first Philip responds but then he breaks down and cries. Rosemary is hurt and does not see this as an opportunity to ask him about what the war was like. The next morning Philip gets ready to head to work - which has been his main occupation since he got back - and offers to meet Rosemary for lunch, but Rosemary already has plans.

At lunch Philip goes to Eleanor's old boarding house and has horrible flashbacks of the fighting while he is on the street. He gets Eleanor's new address from Mrs. Wetzel and heads straight there. As he arrives, he sees Eleanor emerge on Robert Doyle's arm and turns away so as not to be seen.

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