Giovanni's Room - Part Two: Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

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On his way back to Giovanni's room, David finds himself seriously considering suicide for the first time in his life. When he was younger he thought about it, perhaps as everyone does, but then it had more the character of rebellion than anything. This time, it seems an increasingly legitimate solution to the romantic tangle in which he found himself.

When he comes home, he finds Giovanni is a frenzied state. Giovanni jealously asks where he has been, but David manages to evade giving an answer. Giovanni explains that he has been fired from his job. Guillaume, he says, had been becoming increasingly combative with him. He blames the conflict on Guillaume's jealousy over his relationship with David. He accuses Giovanni of being a thief and plotting to rob him. The accusations send Giovanni into a rage and he winds up punching Guillaume before being thrown out.

Giovanni is desperate...

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