Breakfast at Tiffany's - Pages 92-105 Summary & Analysis

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When the narrator finally gets to see Holly two mornings later, she is sitting in a hospital room and looks about twelve years old. She asks about Jose, and although he has wanted to rip up his letter to spare her, he hands it over. Before she reads the letter, she puts on lipstick, eye shadow, perfume, pearl earrings, and her dark glasses. After she reads the letter she lights a cigarette and hands it to the narrator to read and then asks him what he thinks of it.

Jose says that he has to protect his family and his name, and that is why he cannot marry her. The narrator is quick to condemn Jose, but Holly says he's not a King Kong-type rat like Rusty, just a regular rat. The narrator tells her they should make plans. Holly says she wants to sleep...

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