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Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932 - Part 3: Page 305 – Page 387 Summary & Analysis

Francine Prose
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Part 3 begins with an extract from Suzanne’s memoirs in which she recalls the German invasion of Paris and how she and Gabor escaped to Lily de Rossignol’s chateau in the South of France. At the chateau, they lived a lavish existence but were bored and worried about the people they had left behind. Gabor was most worried about his work, which was stored in a basement in Paris. Lily, Gabor, and Suzanne decided to return to Paris. Once there, Suzanne made the decision to join the Resistance.

Next, Lily defends herself and her husband against any possible accusation of being traitors. The Rossignols sold numerous cars to Nazi officials during the occupation which kept Lily and her family in business.

Gabor writes to his parents again from Paris on December 1, 1940, but he admits in the letter that he has no...

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