Loitering with Intent - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

Right at the end of January 1950, just a week after finishing her book, was when Fleur noticed the real deterioration of the members of the Autobiographical Society. She was still weak from her flu but, at the same time, glad to have the book finished. Solly had been able to find her a new publisher by the name of Revisson Doe, a bald-headed man who thought the novel was rather evil, but that his company would carry it in the hopes that Fleur would produce better ones in the future. When the proofs of her novel arrived, Fleur decided she was so far removed from it that she could not bear to re-read it to look for errors. Instead, she brought it her friends Theo and Audrey, a married couple with some establishment in the literary field, to read the proofs for her...

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