The Garden of Eden - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 Summary

David meets the girls in the bar, where they are drinking champagne. Catherine is gay and lovely, calling David her ex-husband. David chides Catherine about letting Marita read the narrative manuscript, but she is not contrite. She insists to Marita that when David says no, it means nothing and should be ignored. In disgust, David refuses to finish the narrative. Marita gives him a warning look, and he relents, saying he will finish it when he is done with the African short stories.

Catherine has been busy making arrangements for the narrative to be typed and finding artists to illustrate it. David protests that the manuscript is not ready for typing. When Catherine suggests an artist for the illustration of Marita and her in the car, David points out that the manuscript contains no such passage, and Catherine tells him to get busy and write it, instead...

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