Hector and the Search for Happiness - Chapters 10-12 Summary & Analysis

Francois Lelord
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So far, Hector has six lessons in happiness that he's learned from the people he's either observed or interacted with, as well as from his own experiences with himself. He rereads his lessons while sitting in an Italian restaurant waiting for Ying Li, as he takes her out on a proper date. While waiting for her, he writes two additional lessons in his notebook as he reflects on his time the day before with the old monk.

The narrator explains that Hector had told Edouard that he wanted to see Ying Li again, and in fact he could because he had her phone number. Edouard considers him a fool, but Hector stays firm in his decision to see Ying Li. It is in this conversation Hector also decides that Edouard must have had a previously unsuccessful experience with love while living in China...

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