Humboldt's Gift - Section 15, Through p. 401 Summary & Analysis

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Section 15, Through p. 401 Summary

At the airport, Renata makes one last plea to Charlie to abandon his brother in Texas and go with her to Milan. Marriage is the price he would have to pay for her to go with him to Texas. She chastises him, warning him not to get caught up with any Texas women, and he reminds her that she is the one who was unfaithful when she shacked up with the rich mausoleum guy. Failing to talk Charlie out of his plans, Renata tells him how nice it will be to get married in Milan.

Charlie flies to Fort Worth, rents a car and drives out to his brother's million-dollar spread outside of town. Hortense, Julius' wife, answers the door amidst sounds of an elaborate doorbell and barking dogs. At first, Charlie is not too fond of Hortense. She...

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