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Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932 - Part 1: Page 75 – Page 184 Summary & Analysis

Francine Prose
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Next is another letter from Gabor to his parents in Hungary, dated July 15 1928, in which Gabor explains that Lily de Rossignol will be funding his photography. He details an embarrassing dinner at Lily’s home where he felt the other aristocratic guests, especially Lily’s brother-in-law Armand, judged him for his poverty and his Hungarian nationality.

The letter is followed by another chapter from Lionel’s book “Make Yourself New”. Lionel described the time immediately following his breakup with Suzanne and the start of her subsequent relationship with Gabor. Lionel met Suzanne and Gabor on the street after Gabor had been taking a photograph of Suzanne pretending to be dead.

Following this is Suzanne’s take on the photo shoot, relayed through a chapter of her unpublished memoir. Suzanne was upset by the photo shoot and only agreed to pretend to be...

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