A Reliable Wife - Part 2 - St. Louis, Winter, 1908, Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 - St. Louis, Winter, 1908, Chapters 13 and 14 Summary

Chapter 13: Catherine makes herself wait for five days before returning to Antonio. During that time, she fantasizes even more about being with him, makes plans for her garden, and writes letters to Truitt describing the situation and saying that, against the advice of the watchful detectives, she wants to visit Antonio alone. Truitt sends a letter in response saying free she's to do whatever she likes, and Catherine realizes just how thoroughly he is in her control. After the five days are over, she dresses carefully and goes, alone, to Manetti's apartment. When he opens his door and sees who it is, he pulls her into the apartment. Soon they are making love, and spending days doing so. Catherine becomes lost in what was her old life of sex, drugs, and...

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