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Of Human Bondage Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 44-50 Summary

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Chapters 44-50 Summary

Philip finds Fanny difficult to get along with. Fanny takes him to the Louvre one day, but when Philip asks her to lunch, Fanny becomes upset and rushes home. One day Fanny will be happy and kind to him and the next angry and mean. Philip begins to avoid Fanny due to his inability to get along with her. Philip has also stopped communicating with Emily. At first Philip ignores Emily's letters because he is busy, but after a time decides not to answer her letters in hopes she will get the message and leave him alone. Eventually she does.

Philip finds Paris more expensive than he originally thought, so he is forced to pawn his father's things. Lawson suggests that he and Philip take a studio together where they can both live and work at their art. Philip is happy with this idea and...

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