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Nights of Rain and Stars Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

Over coffee with Vonni, David talks about his difficult relationship with his parents. When she tries to comfort him by saying that they perhaps will have softened by the time he returns, he declares that he is not going back. In a repeat of her conversation with Fiona, Vonni tells him that he cannot stay on the island forever. When he reminds her that she did, she says she is tired of explaining that those were different times. She mentions that she once owned the large petrol station, but changes the subject when he asks about it. As the subject shifts to Andreas, Vonni suggests that there is a parallel between his situation with his parents and and that of Andreas and Adonis. David, however, refuses to see the similarities. Vonni begins to talk about her son Stavros, describing a time when she was less kind.

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