Cat's Eye - Study Guide Chapters 47-55 Summary & Analysis

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Back in the present, Elaine has a lunch date with Jon. She recalls the turbulence of their relationship and how they used throw things at each other. Now that they are safe from each other, she can think about him with fondness. She realizes that for her, it is easier to forgive men than it is to forgive women. After their lunch, she feels good about their current relationship, and thinks about the painting she calls “Falling Women,” which was really about the men who caused women to fall.

Elaine enrolls in a night class called “Life Drawing.” Mr. Hrbik is very critical of everyone’s work as they try to reproduce an image of a nude model; he tells Elaine she has drawn a corpse. During the day, Elaine attends a survey class at the Royal Ontario Museum. She is taking Art and Archaeology courses to...

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