Moderato Cantabile - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

The unseasonably nice weather continues until Sunday, nine days after the opening of the novelette. Many people discuss the weather and several opinions about the weather circulate. Anne returns to the port. When Chauvin sees her, he returns to the cafe and waits for her. Anne, without the child, enters the cafe and is ignored by the patronne. Chauvin has not shaved and Anne's makeup has been carelessly applied. Chauvin comments that the child has not accompanied her, and they briefly talk about the weather. The patronne turns on the radio, and Anne tells Chauvin that her child will go to piano lessons with someone else from now on. Anne sips a first glass of wine, sips a second glass of wine, tells Chauvin that she vomited the last time she drank wine. Chauvin asks her to be quiet, tells her about his...

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