Birdsong - Section 4: France 1910, Part 1, pages 85-113 Summary & Analysis

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Section 4: France 1910, Part 1, pages 85-113 Summary

For another week, Isabelle and Stephen continue their strange existence in the house on boulevard du Cange. One day, Stephen contrives to return early from the factory and finds Isabelle waiting in the red room. This is his first chance alone with her since the fishing trip, and he tells her about his conversation with Lisette. Isabelle feels it is her duty to stay and look after Lisette instead of going to England with Stephen, but he insists she will "leave the husband who beats you and go with the man who loves you" (page 87). When Azaire returns home, he announces the strike is finished and asks when Stephen is leaving, and it is obvious that Azaire is content and relieved for Stephen to leave at the end of the week so his life can...

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