Foreign Affairs - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

After a forty-eight hour silence, Fred loses hope that Rosemary will drop her unreasonability and learning from her agent where she is filming, Fred heads to Holland Park. Fred watches the crew bustle around when a group of Edwardian-clad actors appear. Rosemary is overwhelmingly beautiful and charming. The actors repeat the same action many times with minor variations. Fred, who has never been allowed to watch Tallyho Castle on videotape, realizes for the first time that Rosemary's seeming natural, impulsive, private gestures are all stage mannerisms.

Shooting halts and Fred hurries to Rosemary, whose face lights with pleasure-just like on camera-but she forbids him to touch her make-up plastered face. Rosemary laughs off his inability to reach her as the jealousy of operators wishing to ruin her love life. In her dressing room, Rosemary talks about a wonderful acting opportunity at the end...

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