Loitering with Intent - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

None of the members of the Autobiographical Association had gotten past the first chapter in their memoirs, but Fleur had noticed a few common threads in each of the manuscripts she had read: "One of them was nostalgia, another was paranoia, a third was a transparent craving on the part of the authors to appear likeable." Her job of typing out and trying to make sense of the manuscripts was an agony to her until she created a way to make them even worse, and as it turned out, everyone involved was thrilled with the result. Fleur was five weeks into her new job at this point, and on this particular day, a meeting of all of the Association members was to be held. Sir Quentin told Beryl Tims he wanted her to keep his mother under control while the meeting was underway...

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