The Garden of Eden - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

When David returns to the hotel, Madame tells him that Catherine has left on the train. Madame urges them to eat and to drink wine. Afterwards, they go to Marita's room. The bed has been made for two people, and David realizes that Madame approves of their relationship. Marita wonders aloud what kind of wife she will be to David. In the morning, he rereads the note Catherine has left. She realizes that burning the stories was as horrible as running over a child with a car, but she still justifies it. He drinks beer with breakfast and knows that although he will try to work today, it will be no good. He sits down and tries to rewrite one of the stories.

Chapter 28 Analysis

As suspected, Madame is aware of the love triangle and approves. Marita is a better match for David than Catherine is. When...

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