Breakfast at Tiffany's - Study Guide Pages 14-26 Summary & Analysis

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This section opens the narrator's relationship with Holly Golightly. Holly keeps her promise to Mr. Yunioshi and stops ringing his bell in the middle of the night, but she starts ringing up the narrator to be let into the building when she forgets her keys.

When Holly runs into the narrator during daylight hours, she seems not to notice or recognize him. He sees her at a swanky restaurant one evening at a table surrounded by four men; another night he sees her dancing with Australian army officers on the sidewalk.

Throughout the summer, the narrator watches her closely. From the contents of her garbage can he learns that she smokes Picayunes cigarettes, reads tabloids and astrological charts, eats cottage cheese and Melba toast, and dyes her own hair. He also learns that she has a cat and plays the guitar. After she washes her...

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