Beautiful Animals - Part 4, The Millionaires, Section 2 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Osborne
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Twenty-Four – That fall, Sam becomes more comfortable being back in New York. “Gone was the blinding Greek sky and the sun that pierced your mind to the core” (272). She and Toby become closer, and become involved with each other’s families, eventually becoming engaged. One night, when both families are together, conversation turns to the Codringtons, whom both families knew. Toby’s father comments that he thought Jimmie was arrogant and a braggart, but then stops himself from gossiping further. The next summer, Sam and Toby move into their own house; the next winter, Sam is followed from the park by a young man in a long coat who seems familiar. “Something in the gait, in the loose, limber insolence” (277). She ducks into a butcher shop to try and get away, but the smell of blood overwhelms her and she hurries...

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