Moderato Cantabile - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

On Tuesday Anne and the child walk from the affluent part of town back to the cafy. The weather is unseasonably lovely and the town citizens discuss several disparate opinions regarding the weather. At the cafy, Anne orders and drinks wine, while Chauvin watches her in the now familiar pattern. The child leaves and plays outside with his new friend. With obvious disapproval, the patronne serves Anne a second glass of wine. Chauvin then invites Anne to join him at his table. Anne explains that she is not afraid, but is just surprised by her actions. Chauvin notes that people in town will certainly begin to talk about their encounters.

Anne hears her child laughing outside, and she laughs out loud. Chauvin moves his face close to Anne's face, places his hands close to Anne's hands, but does not touch her. Chauvin describes...

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