Fates and Furies - Furies: Chapters 19 – 25 Summary & Analysis

Lauren Groff
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Chapter 19 – This chapter occurs in the present. Mathilde begins going for longer and longer runs. Running helps her cope. She returns home from running one morning to find the private investigator waiting. She has found much information out about Chollie, including numerous affairs.

Chapter 20 – This chapter occurs in the past. Mathilde made good on her promise to keep Lotto away from his mother by suggesting they delay a trip to Florida until he landed his first big role and citing financial difficulties. When Lotto had a job, traveling became impossible; when he didn’t have a job he didn’t have money to travel. Mathilde vowed never to be controlled again after her sexual arrangement with Ariel. Years later, a day after giving away God to the neighbors, Mathilde took the dog back.

Chapter 21 – This chapter occurs in the present. The private investigator...

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