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A Fatal Grace - Chapters 34-36 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 34, Em tells Gamache that Elle had been their friend. As a child, she had lived next door to Em. Em described Elle’s personality as being one of light. Her real name was Eleanor Allaire. She took the box of letters from Gamache and said that Mother Bea had given that box to Elle when Elle left India after Elle and Mother Bea traveled there together. The letters represented their names and made the phrase “B KLM” or “be calm” (353).

Meanwhile, Beauvoir questioned Mother Bea. She was too tired to care what sort of impression she made on the officer. She wanted things to be over. When he asked what she thought of CC, Mother Bea replied that CC was delusional. Her belief that a person should hold in his emotions was poisonous. At first Mother Bea was angry, the way...

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