Loitering with Intent - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Fleur notes that as she recounts her actions in 1949, she has realized how much easier it is with characters in a fiction novel that it is with characters in real life. In a novel, the characters are entirely up to the author's imagination, and he or she can invent and arrange them in any order that is convenient, while, when writing biographically, she has to tell whatever actually happened in the order in which it occurred. The primary elements of her life in 1949 included her dedication to her novel, Warrender Chase, as well as her interactions with the people around her. To Fleur, her work on her novel was performed with great dedication. The plot of her novel had already been formulated at this point and was in no way influenced by the events concerning the Autobiographical Association. However, in retrospect, Fleur realized...

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