Ada; or, Ardor: A Family Chronicle - Book Three, Chapters 5-8 Summary & Analysis

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Book Three, Chapters 5-8 Summary

Van sails to America from Old Hantsport. Lucette is also on the ship. They lounge by the pool. Ada has married. They talk over tea and then Lucette leaves for the hairdresser. They have separate cabins and Lucette keeps trying to get Van to come to her cabin. She tries again that night after dinner. He decides that they will see a movie instead. They find that Ada has a part in the movie. After the movie, Van retires to his cabin.

Just as Van is falling asleep, the phone rings. It is Lucette asking if she can come to his cabin. He says that he is not alone. After hanging up, Lucette has a drink at the bar and then goes to the deck and dives into the sea and drowns.

In Chapter Six, Van writes letters to Demon and...

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