Flush: A Biography - Chapter 2: The Back Bedroom Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2: The Back Bedroom Summary and Analysis

Flush spent the summer in the bedroom with Miss Barrett. He was still confused by the furniture and items in the large room. The smell of cologne was abrasive. One day, the weather was not too hot nor too windy and was safe enough for Miss Barrett to venture out on a shopping trip with her sister. Flush followed her down the staircase and outside to the waiting carriage. He leaped in the carriage and sat beside her. As they rode down Oxford Street, the sights and sounds and scents of London were all new and exciting to Flush. They came to the market where gleaming silk was snipped with scissors and smells of China and Arabia were all about. When they returned to Wimpole Street, he was so exhausted that he was carried back...

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