Looking for Mr. Goodbar - Theresa (pages 145-182) Summary & Analysis

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Theresa (pages 145-182) Summary

When Theresa returns home from talking to Tony, James is on the phone. Theresa invites him over for dinner feeling a little contrite after Rose told her about his mother. Theresa makes a nice dinner and is very kind in her conversation with him though she bursts into tears twice during the evening and blames it on him. Theresa finally becomes frustrated with herself and angry with James when he suggests he is in love with her and she reverts to her normal, spiteful self.

Theresa asks James about his mother and about his beliefs. Theresa then accuses him of being perfect and of being a virgin. James admits that he has not made love to a woman; however, he did have a homosexual relationship with a Jesuit priest who was his adviser at Fordham. James then tells her...

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