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The Garden of Eden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

In the morning, after sleeping only two hours, David leaves Catherine looking as fresh and unspoiled as ever. He begins to work on the new short story again. When he is done, he finds the girls playing chess in the garden. David thinks they are the two most beautiful girls he has ever seen, and he wonders what the day will bring. Catherine designates Marita "wife of the day" and tells her to make David eat something. Marita returns with more champagne and caviar. They swim naked at the cove and have more champagne with lunch. Catherine is tired and goes to bed after lunch. While she is napping, David tells Marita that there is an adjoining door between his writing room and her bedroom, with locks on either side. He goes to his writing room alone and unbolts the door. He waits and hears her unbolt...

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