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Faithfull Chapter Summary & Analysis - If I'm Mary Shelley, Where's My Frankenstein? Summary

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If I'm Mary Shelley, Where's My Frankenstein? Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 11, Marianne details information about living with Mick at Cheyne Walk in Chelsea. They established a domestic life. However, the sexual side of their relationship had pretty much stopped. They went to bed and read together instead of having sex. She called it a "agreeable intimacy." Marianne also writes about how there were long periods of boredom.

She describes that she did not mind that Mick was sleeping with men. She was still having sex with Saida, who had been her lover for years. She did not feel as though having a girlfriend was being unfaithful. Marianne began to have more affairs with men as well. She said that Mick did not have any idea how promiscuous she was.

Marianne and Anita were taking acid a lot and dressing up. Marianne says...

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