Lancelot - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Lancelot met Margot when she was a belle for the Azalea Festival. Belle Isle was chosen to be on the Azalea Trail and Margot was a belle who welcomed tourists at the door. The night this took place was rainy and Margot was drenched. Lancelot invited her into the pigeonnier to dry off and they found themselves sharing a bottle of whiskey. They lie on a mattress together and talked. Lancelot was drawn in not so much by her beauty as by her overwhelming sexuality. As they spoke, they learned a great deal about each other. Margot also showed an interest in Belle Isle, suggesting renovations Lancelot could do to the pigeonnier to turn it into an apartment.

The memory of meeting Margot leads Lancelot to recall his first meeting with Lucy Cobb, his first wife. The meeting was not as sexually charged...

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