Paula - Study Guide Part 2, Pages 257 - 289 Summary & Analysis

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Isabel writes in her diary that it is her fiftieth birthday. She remarks upon the last few years, when she met and married Willie and when they bought the house in which they are residing. She can feel the ghost of the woman who died here and she feels Paula's spirit moving about the house at night. She wonders if she is getting old and whether she will live much longer. She was in such shock over Paula's illness that her hair began falling out and began going gray.

The house offers some comfort. They have painted it and added skylights to make it brighter. They have put in Saltillo tiles and added much Latin American art on the walls. There is always a bubbling spicy dish on the stove. They are ready for visitors to drop in at anytime, but Isabel feels...

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