Crossing to Safety - Part 1: Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1: Chapter 3 Summary

The next week, Larry comes home late in the afternoon to find another woman in their apartment with Sally. It is a beautiful, radiant woman with a personality to match. The woman claims to have met them at the reception, but Larry can't see how he could have missed such a person. She flatters Larry by saying that her husband brought home a magazine with one of Larry's stories in it and that they read it together in bed. She called it "Splendid".

This is Charity Lang, and she chatters on and on, but the chatter is intriguing to Sally and Larry. Charity and her husband come from Harvard where Charity's father teaches and where she met Sid while he was in graduate school. To Sally and Larry, Charity represents culture, education, good manners, and civilization. Through their conversation, they find...

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