NW - Host: 109-132, Pages 272-296 Summary & Analysis

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In “109. John Donne, Lincoln’s Inn, 1592” Natalie hangs out with friends. It is mentioned that she will be getting married soon. In “110. Personality parenthesis” Natalie worries about how people talk about her in her absence. However, she does not truly believe that “she—Natalie—could ever be spoken about in the ways that she—Natalie—spoke about others” (273). In “111. Work drinks,” Natalie goes out for drinks with the other clerks. She and the other female coworker often to pick up the first round of drinks. In “112. Sir Thomas More, Lincoln’s Inn, 1496” an unknown speaker congratulates Natalie on her upcoming marriage.

In “113. Luna di Miele (two weeks)” Natalie and Frank go to Italy for their honeymoon. The story of their honeymoon is told in poetic fragments. Frank swims at the pool. Natalie is asked where she is from. Natalie, who does not swim...

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