Near to the Wild Heart - Lídia - Refuge in the Man Summary & Analysis

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The following day, after Joana woke up in the middle of the night and spoke tenderly to Otávio, she receives a note from Lídia, who invites her over to talk later that afternoon. Immediately, Joana senses that Lídia is already in a relationship with Otávio, and also senses that her relationship with Otávio is about to end. The two begin with a bunch of small talk and, in a pause in the conversation, Joana suddenly says: “’Well […] I believe the interview is over’” (141). However, after Lídia presses the conversation onward, the two of them begin to directly address the relationships they both have with Otávio. Lídia briefly stuns Joana by saying: “’I know you, I know how entrenched your evilness is’” (135). As they talk Joana recalls how, when she was...

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