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The Garden of Eden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 Summary

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Chapter 15 Summary

The noise of Catherine's Bugatti starting surprises David because he is completely enmeshed in the story he is writing. He is living entirely in the East African volcanic desert now, with his Kamba servant and brother. When he finishes, David emerges from his writing room, and the proprietor's wife, Madame, tells him the girls have driven to Nice. He flirts harmlessly with Madame and shares his caviar with her. He asks Madame to tell the girls he has gone swimming at the cove and rides his bicycle there. He thinks of the girls and misses them both. He knows it is wrong to love two women, but he cannot seem to help himself.

When David returns from swimming, the girls are still not back. He makes himself a Tom Collins, and finally they come in. Catherine is very gay, and the girl is very contrite and quiet...

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