The Age of Innocence - Study Guide Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

Over lunch, they talk about each other's lives since their last meeting. One of them finally brings up what they had been avoiding all day. They both confess that they have been miserable without the other. She promises him that she will not go back to her husband as long as they keep their relationship with one another decent and proper.

Chapter 24 Analysis

The two cannot avoid the very subject they promised not to discuss. Newland still wants to be with Ellen, but she does not want to hurt May.

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