Bluebeard - Chapters 33-37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 33-37 Summary

Karabekian relates the events of his final evening with Circe Berman. She pushes him to prove to her that he can draw, but he has nothing to prove. He talks of the first time he drew for Dorothy and how shocked she was that he was so talented. He talks of Dorothy leaving him and taking the kids, not long after Pollock and Kitchen both killed themselves. This led him to feel truly alone. But now, he holds firm that he won't draw for Mrs. Berman.

Karabekian does, however, tell Mrs. Berman that there are canvases of 8'x8' held together in the potato barn to make one 64'x8' wall. These panels were once the most famous of Karabekian's art, a piece called Windsor Blue #17. But the Sateen Dura-luxe had peeled off, and a few years ago, Karabekian was offered...

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