Cane River - Study Guide Philomene, Chapters 11 through 15 Summary & Analysis

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Philomene is fully aware that her emerging figure, that of a young woman, is dangerous in that it draws male attention - wanted or not. She notes the changes that have occurred, including that Narcisse has remarried and that it's better for Philomene when Narcisse has his new wife along because he at least cannot make advances toward Philomene. Philomene knows that Narcisse is slightly in awe of her because of her glimpsings, and she builds that up in the hope of keeping him at bay. On wash day, Philomene and Suzette talk about the happenings in the area, including Doralise. Suzette says that Doralise always manipulates a situation to benefit herself and that her relationship with Eugene has been no different. They cite the fact that Eugene signed property over to Doralise and that she now owns the house they'd shared. Philomene...

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