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The Unbearable Lightness of Being Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 6 Summary

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Part 3, Chapter 6 Summary

Marie-Claude, Franz's wife, boasts to guests of enjoying being in a car accident, even though she actually fell into a deep depression. She continues to explain how she read many books and came to categorize them by "day books and night books." She is a pretentious woman, but she is also very influential and admired in the community. Sabina comes to the gathering to assuage any notion of her and Franz's affair. Marie-Claude, while still in the dark about Sabina and Franz, insults Sabina's necklace, just to prove her power to everyone.

Part 3, Chapter 6 Analysis

Franz is genuinely a good man. He seeks to do what is right. He sees everything in black and white. Due to this, he can have neither his wife, nor Sabina.

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