Birdsong - Section 3: France 1910, Part 1, pages 59-84 Summary & Analysis

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Section 3: France 1910, Part 1, pages 59-84 Summary

Azaire is in a good mood after work because Meyreaux is near coming to terms with the workers, and when asked, Isabelle tells him she ran her usual errands in town during the day. Her eyes flicker at the sound of Stephen's approach, and she fears seeing hostility in his eyes; however, he does not look at her during dinner. As Azaire and Stephen discuss going fishing, Isabelle feels a pang of loss as she recalls that Azaire is her choice and she has no way of talking to Stephen. The Berards visit, and as Isabelle tells them about a book she supposedly read all afternoon, Stephen is shocked by her fluency in lying. Isabelle wishes Stephen would catch her eye as the conversation changes, but feeling guilty when he looks at her body, she...

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