The Garden of Eden - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

David begins to write a short story that has been on his mind for the past four or five days. He believes it has been developing in his dreams during the last two nights. He knows it is bad to interrupt the longer narrative, but he thinks it is going so well that he can always return to it. He is afraid if he does not write the short story now, he will lose it. Afterwards, he goes to the cafy and has breakfast.

Catherine has left a note saying that she went to town and will return for lunch. David reads Far Away and Long Ago while he waits. Catherine has purchased a special edition of the book for him. When the books came, they truly made him feel rich, much richer than his bank balance. Ever since le Grau de Roi, the bank numbers have...

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