The Garden of Eden - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

David writes until afternoon, writing simple sentences and then crossing them out. It is no good. As soon as Marita sees him, she knows it is no good. They have a drink and take a picnic to the cove to swim. After they eat their lunch, David says they have been burned out. The crazy woman burned out the Bournes. Marita asks if they are the Bournes, and David replies yes. Bitterly, he says if she wants it in writing, he might be able to write that. Afterwards, in the bar, Marita suggests that he go into town every day and read the papers in the cafy. She wishes that he had male friends to spend time with. She thinks they need to spend time apart.

Chapter 29 Analysis

When the couple swims at the cove, for the first time David applies the word "naked" to himself. It...

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