Bluebeard - Chapters 17-22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 17-22 Summary

Karabekian continues his description of his time with Dan Gregory. Gregory insisted that modern art was a sham. His shared this view with his hero Mussolini. He also railed about women.

Gregory encouraged Karabekian to learn the names of every part of the guns, ships, and everything else he would draw. Gregory had no use for an apprentice, so he had Karabekian do his errands for him.

When Marilee came home from the hospital, she greeted Karabekian with a formality he did not expect, but over time, the two struck up a friendship. They frequented the Museum of Modern Art, even though it was against Gregory's express wishes.

When Karabekian showed Dan Gregory his painting of his studio, Gregory burned it in the fireplace, dismissing it as having no soul. Karabekian would have liked to have left Gregory's service at that...

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