A Severed Head - Chapter 17-21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17-21 Summary

Chapter 17 begins with three letters written by Martin. The first letter is to Antonia. It is an apology for being so drunk at Pelham Crescent and assuring Antonia that he will finish the arrangements for the furniture. Martin says that he also plans to go on holiday as previously discussed. The second letter is to Georgie. Martin also apologizes for his behavior and informs Georgie that he is going to go away on holiday for a while. Martin asks Georgie to continue to love him through this difficult time.

The third letter is to Honor Klein. Actually, there are three letters written by Martin and in the end he will choose which to send. The first letter in lengthy and is full of contrition for his behavior the previous night. Martin acknowledges that there is no excuse for his behavior and...

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