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Laughter in the Dark - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-15 Summary

Margot suns herself in a tight black bathing suit and Albert enjoys watching. The blue sky and water, parasols, and tents are lost on Albert, as he watches only Margot. She is the vignette on a new chapter of his life. She slaps him on the bottom to make him chase her into the surf. An Englishwoman mistakes Margot for Albert's daughter. Margot tries to catch a cricket as they return to their room, then strips off her suit. Evenings they go to the casino. Albert is jealous of every man that dances with her but tries not to show it. Margot tries to forget the excitement of Miller and only once allows herself to be kissed and thoroughly caressed, by a handsome Austrian. The life of glamor that Albert has given her is too important to risk

Back in Berlin, Margot recovers her self-confidence...

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