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Ada; or, Ardor: A Family Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book One, Chapters 34-38 Summary

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Book One, Chapters 34-38 Summary

Lucette is becoming a real pest for Van and Ada. They have to keep finding places where they can be alone without being interrupted by Lucette. Ada considers talking to Marina about Lucette always interrupting their studies.

Chapter Thirty Five reveals that they find a place on an islet owned by the Veens where they can meet without being bothered. Ada has matured in their four year separation.

Chapter Thirty Six tells how they play the game of Scrabble. They often play the Russian version. They receive the game from one of Marina's lovers. One day Lucette tells them that she knows that they want to get rid of her. They want to play alone. After she leaves the room, Ada says that they must be more careful. She is afraid that someone will notice their activities.

In Chapter Thirty Seven...

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