Just Kids - Chapter 4, Separate Ways Together Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Separate Ways Together Summary

Patti and Robert live separately for the first time since their relationship began. The separation is not much of a separation. They live within walking distance of each other and continue their close friendship. They still work closely together encouraging one another's work.

Patti questions what she should be doing with her life. She feels at a stand still. While Robert moves forward with his art and prepares for an exhibition, Patti feels there is more she should be doing. She has her music, her art and her poetry, but still feels a void in her life. Patti tries to find a way to feel this void.

Patti becomes obsessed with Arthur Rimbaud, a French poet who influenced modern literature, music, and the arts. She has always enjoyed Rimbaud's poetry and it is what influences her most...

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