Memories of My Melancholy Whores - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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The narrator lies with the girl and tries to imagine what her name is. In the end, the narrator decides to call her Delgadina because he likes to sing the song about Delgadina to her. The narrator lies through the night with the girl and then rises to dress. In the mirror, someone has scrawled a message. The narrator is surprised, believing the girl must have written it. The narrator then returns home only to find his house leaking in many places during a rain storm. As the narrator rushes around to place pans to catch the leaking water, he imagines the girl is there with him, helping him. The narrator calls Rosa Cabarcas, endures her jokes about his inability to consummate his relationship with the girl, and arranges to spend another night with her. The narrator enters the building through a private entrance and arranges the...

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