Breakfast at Tiffany's - Pages 44-53 Summary & Analysis

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Holly is angry with the narrator the next morning because instead of putting Mag in a taxi and sending her home, he put a pillow under her head and let her sleep in Holly's apartment on the floor. A Latin man arrives at the apartment looking for Mag Wildwood. He looks like a bullfighter but wears a crisp English suit.

Later, the narrator overhears a conversation between Mag and Holly. They're talking about soldiers, and Holly mentions that Fred is a soldier. Mag thinks Holly is talking about the narrator, but she's really talking about her brother. Holly says the narrator is yearning to be on the inside looking out, and she says that her brother is stupid. They talk about Jose, the Latin man, and we learn that Mag is going to marry him and move to Brazil.

Mag moves in with Holly. The...

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