French Exit - Chapters 14 - 23 Summary & Analysis

Patrick deWitt
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Part II, titled “Paris” begins, as Frances and Malcolm arrived in the city. In Chapter 14, they visited a church, Saint-Sulpice, where Frances recalled her mother's funeral, and then Franklin's, which she attended despite having been expressly forbidden from doing so. They went to a restaurant where they were treated rudely by a waiter, at which point Frances set fire to the flower centerpiece on their table.

In Chapter 15, Frances and Malcolm received a dinner invitation from Mme. Reynard, a woman unknown to them. As they walked to her apartment, they shared their memories of Franklin. Malcolm recalled visiting the zoo with his father, and Franklin getting upset because he believed he was being taunted by the monkeys. He was so angry, he demanded his money back from the woman at the ticket booth.

In Chapter 16, they arrived at Mme. Reynard's, confused to find...

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