Loitering with Intent - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Dottie returned form Ireland a week later than she was expected, and Leslie immediately left her once more for Gray, which distressed Dottie a great deal. Dottie tells Fleur that Leslie has begun writing a novel, which she had begun typing for him, and although Fleur was eager to learn about its contents, Dottie said she could only tell her its title, Two Ways. She tells her that is a very good novel and very deep, basically autobiographical. She then speaks the phrase about Sir Quentin's insistence on complete frankness. Fleur did not get upset at its mentioning, rather, continued on telling Dottie about her visits with Maisie and Eric Findlay. Fleur noticed that Dottie was being unusually quiet but continued talking to her about Warrender Chase and Sir Quentin's similarity to her character. Dottie stopped knitting for a moment to look at...

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