The Garden of Eden - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Returning to the guesthouse, the patron remarks on their new hairstyles. They return to their room and make love, drinking champagne. Afterwards, David gets up, looks in the mirror and decides he likes the androgynous haircuts. They drink champagne again with dinner, and in the night, Catherine calls him "girl." The next day David does not work, and they take a picnic to the countryside instead. Afterwards Catherine wants to go to the cafy in Cannes. David accuses her of wanting to show off, and she replies it is the first time they have been out together.

At the cafy, they encounter two girls, apparently lovers, who are having an argument. Soon the more beautiful of the two girls approaches and asks them where they got their hair done. The Bournes invite the girls for a drink, but the second girl, Nina, declines. After a few moments...

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