Never Mind (Patrick Melrose) - Chapters 11 – 12 Summary & Analysis

Aubyn, Edward St.
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In the evening, after Nicholas and Bridget’s argument, they dress themselves for dinner and go down to the drawing room, but they find that no one else is there. The telephone rings, and a few moments later, Eleanor enters to says that the phone call is for Bridget. Bridget leaves to go to the telephone, and Anne and Victor soon arrive in the drawing room. Anne greets Eleanor warmly, and Nicholas makes fun of the sweater that Victor is wearing. Eleanor asks after Victor’s writing, and Victor speaks briefly about his attempts to explore identity in a way that is separate from what he sees as the vagueness and uncertainty of the field of psychology. David enters the room, and Bridget enters soon after. She gives David an excited compliment on his shoes, and David resolves to later make Bridget uncomfortable by...

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