The Garden of Eden - Study Guide Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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David remembers their unspecified nocturnal exploits and is hurt by them. In the morning, he is starving, but he waits until the girl wakes to go to the cafy for breakfast. The couple swims naked at a secluded cove, and David checks his wristwatch, worrying that "the girl" is getting too much sun. She assures him they will not let their nocturnal activities ruin their daytime harmony.

When David and Catherine return to the hotel, they have mail. David reads his alone in the bar while the girl changes upstairs in their room. His bank has forwarded letters from his publisher. Two of them contain clippings of advertisements and good reviews for his second novel. The novel is in its second printing, and David calculates his earnings as over a thousand dollars. When "the girl" returns, she demands to see the press clippings about the novel. The...

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