The Death of the Heart - Part 2, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 7 Summary

Portia and Eddie go on a walk through the woods. They stop and she says, once more, that she is sorry about their earlier talk and hopes that he'll always love her, no matter what. He says that he will so long as she never changes and never grows up. He doesn't like it when she confronts him and tells her not to do it again. She promises that she'll do her best to always be worthy of him. She tells him he's perfect and he tells her to go away.

He says that she's drowning him and that there's no way he can feel for her what she is obviously feeling for him. He says she's been 'sweet' but that he doesn't want her; he only wants what she 'gives.' She begins to cry and he tells her to...

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