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The Garden of Eden - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

When David and Marita return to the hotel, Catherine's car is parked beside the drive. Catherine is drinking in the bar and asks David where his whore is. She insults both the stories and his father in the next breath. She calls his stories vignettes or pointless anecdotes. Catherine goes to get Marita while David thinks that at least the writing is going really well; the stories are really good. Although he cares for many things, he cares more about the writing than about anything else. Finally, he goes to find the girls, and they are in bed together in Marita's room. They invite David to join them, but he declines. Instead, he suggests they go swimming. Catherine dismisses her verbal abuse as a joke, but she soon attacks David's writing again, saying he does not even know grammar and calling him illiterate. She complains that he...

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