Down and Out in Paris and London - Study Guide Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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One Saturday night at the bistro Charlie tells a story about a girl he used to live with named Yvonne. He lived with Yvonne when he was particularly hard up. He gets an idea one day to stuff a cushion in Yvonne's clothing to make her look pregnant and then to send her to a charity that feeds pregnant women for the health of their babies. Then she smuggles food out to him.

Yvonne does this for many weeks. A year or so later, Charlie and Yvonne are walking down the street when Yvonne sees a woman from the charity who asks about the baby. Yvonne is startled and can't think of what to say. The woman asks if the baby is a boy. Yvonne says no. The woman says it must be a girl. Yvonne says no. But Charlie steps in and saves the day when...

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