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Laughter in the Dark Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 7-9 Summary

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Chapters 7-9 Summary

Margot gives her landlady notice. She has seen that Albert is indeed rich and that his wife does not appear formidable. She knows he will not pleasure her like Miller, but he will be pleasant and can open to her the world of film. She accepts money to rent an flat in a nice neighborhood and lets Albert kiss her. He is sure that Elisabeth must see the fire it inflames in him, but she cannot conceive of being deceived. She accepts that business has him preoccupied. Observant Paul, however, struggles to disbelieve evidence in an overheard phone call that Albert could be cheating.

Margot begins spending on furnishing the flat whose address she has not provide Albert. He worries that she has fled with his money and is certain from Paul's face that he knows. Unable to abide the thought of an evening at...

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