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

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Part Two: Chapter Five Summary

Giovanni is immediately pegged as Guillaume's murderer and all the evidence, indeed, points in that direction, especially Giovanni's sudden disappearance. The murder became the big news story while Giovanni is still on the lam. Guillaume was the last remaining member of some ancient, prestigious French family and the French press saw in the murder a symbolic loss of French history. David, who always detested Guillaume, concludes with everyone else that Giovanni appears to be the murderer. When Hella seems shocked that David could have lived with someone who would become a murderer, David becomes angry. He says that no one can really know someone well enough to know of what they are capable. Hoping to console him, she says that they will soon get away from all of it and leave Paris.

Giovanni is finally caught, about a week after the...

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