French Exit - Chapters 24 - 34 Summary & Analysis

Patrick deWitt
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In Chapter 24, Frances sat at a cafe and wrote a postcard to Joan. It ended “I've always admired your heart. Your heart is the rightest of all” (140). She decided not to send it and left it on the table, where it was found by a waiter, who picked it up and mailed it.

In Chapter 25, Mme. Reynard moved into Malcolm and Frances' apartment. Frances was almost out of money, and had begun flushing euros down the toilet. Frances, Malcolm, and Mme. Reynard watched out the window as a terrible fight broke out in the park across the street among the immigrants. Riot police arrived to break it up, and one of the immigrants picked up a police officer's discarded billy club and began beating him with it. He was swiftly subdued (and beaten) by two other officers.

In Chapter 26, Julius and Madeleine arrived...

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