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The Garden of Eden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 27 Summary

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Chapter 27 Summary

David drives the car into town with Marita. On the way, he tells her that Catherine has destroyed the stories. They stop in Cannes, in front of the cafy where they all met. Marita tries to cheer him up, saying he can re-write the stories, but he knows it is impossible. Marita asks what she can do, and David says just to stay and keep him from killing Catherine.

Chapter 27 Analysis

This chapter is the first time in the novel David has driven a car. Symbolically, he is assuming control of his own life again. Just as symbolically, in this life, David is in control, as he travels with Marita. At the end of the chapter, it is clear that these two will face the upcoming challenges together.

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