The End of the Affair - Book 4, Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 1: The novel returns to Bendrix’ voice in the present moment. Bendrix cannot read any more of Sarah’s journal—he has seen all the evidence he could need, of Sarah’s affection for him, and the reason for her departure. He says there is enough divine love in him that he can keep squandering it with her. He calls Sarah, and insists he is coming over. Sarah asks him not to, but he insists, even though she is down with a cold. He goes to her house, and arrives there in time to see her leaving, walking out into the sleet. He follows her—losing her trail but finding her again in the church at Park Street.

Seated beside her, he tells her he knows she loves him, and he says he knows because he has read her journal. She only chides...

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