Foreign Affairs - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Packing for home, Fred is too bitter to enjoy the delightful midsummer weather due to his unfinished research, unanswered telegram to Roo and his certainty that he will never see Rosemary again. All his scholarly work seems false and forced, a total waste of time. Fred cannot even bear to look at a favorite snapshot of open, trusting Roo. Surely, she does not love him and never has. Fred fills his wastebasket with now meaningless memorabilia: the scarf Rosemary gave him and a pocket mirror commemorating their first kiss are unbearable as he will never see her again or the few belongings he had left at Rosemary's house. Several times in the last week, Fred used fetching them as an excuse for phoning, but Mrs. Harris and the service told him Rosemary is out of town. Fred feels their relationship reenacts Anglo-American history...

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