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The End of the Affair - Book 5, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 5, Chapter 3 Summary

Bendrix returns to his conversation with Henry and a priest who knew Sarah. Henry had been talking with the priest and Henry was almost convinced to allow Sarah to have a Catholic burial service. However, Bendrix stubbornly refuses the priest's desire to give Sarah a Catholic funeral and talks Henry out of allowing the priest to give her a Catholic burial.

Book 5, Chapter 3 Analysis

Bendrix's refusal to allow Sarah a Catholic funeral is both a battle against God and a symbol of his rejection of God and everything to do with him.

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