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The End of the Affair - Book 5, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Book 5, Chapter 4 Summary

Sylvia guides Bendrix to the crematorium, but they arrive just as the service ends. However, as they are standing there, Parkis comes out and points out a few of the other people in Sarah's life to Bendrix, Dunstan among them.

As Bendrix and Sylvia are standing there, Bendrix is about to take Sylvia to dinner, even though he does not want to go anywhere with her. Instead, he mentally begs Sarah to help him and, as he does, Sarah's mother, Mrs. Bertram, arrives and speaks with Bendrix, giving him an excuse to get out of taking Sylvia to dinner.

Bendrix and Mrs. Bertram have dinner together and Bendrix listens to Mrs. Bertram talk in verbal circles. She begins by talking about the fact she didn't like the service, then she moves on to the Great All that the priest mentioned, then Henry's meanness, her own...

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