Foreign Affairs - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Rosemary is typically late meeting Fred at the theater. Life has become a circus of light for Fred since Professor Miner's party a month ago. Fred recalls how, as he was leaving, Rosemary made her grand entrance, looking like she had just stepped out of an 18th-century painting. Having never met a member of the aristocracy, Fred had observed her more closely and had not had a chance to reply to her exclamation of love for Americans before she had flitted to another ear. Back in his empty flat, Fred had not been able to find her in the phone book and he had doubted that Vinnie would provide a number. However, he had recalled that Rosemary had mentioned a new play and he had broken his budget to surprise her there. At intermission, he had seen Rosemary in the lobby, looking radiantly...

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