Lucky Jim - Chapters 10-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10-12 Summary

In Chapter 10, Dixon learns that Bertrand told Carol he would not escort her to the dance in front of his entire family so that she might not argue with him. Instead, Bertrand escorts Christine, and Carol is escorted by Mr. Gore-Urquhart. Dixon and Margaret join Bertrand and Carol's group in the small lounge set up at the dance. Dixon is put off by Gore-Urquhart's apparent interest in Bertrand's art. At the same time, Margaret is flirting shamelessly with Gore-Urquhart, leaving Dixon to entertain himself. Carol, too, seems quite angry and Christine is having trouble drawing her into the conversation. After a time, everyone pairs off to dance again and Dixon finds himself dancing with Christine.

In Chapter 11, Dixon and Christine discuss Bertrand as they dance. Dixon wants to know about the fall out over the phone call, concerned Christine was not...

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