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Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932 - Part 2: Page 185 – Page 304 Summary & Analysis

Francine Prose
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The first chapter of Part Two comes from Lily’s memoir “A Baroness by Night”. In it, Lily recounts the story of how she hired Lou to train as a race driver, because Lily believed Lou would bring a lot of publicity to the Rossignol brand of cars. She revealed that Lou underwent an operation to have both of her breasts removed, because it made it easier to drive the racecars.

Following this, Gabor writes to his parents about how much he enjoys photographing racecars. He is making more money now and sends his parents a check along with the letter.

Next is a chapter written by Lionel Maine from another of his books, this one entitled “From Paris in My Rearview Mirror”. Lionel recalls that he didn’t like Lou because she was too masculine.

Chapter 8 of “The Devil Drives” details...

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