The Prince of Tides - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

Tom charges into Dr. Lowenstein's office in a rage because she has not told him about Renata Halpern. Susan maintains her cool exterior and refuses to tell Tom anything about the mysterious Renata Halpern until he calms down. She asks Tom who has told him about the children's book, and Tom relates the whole story of his detective work. Again angry, Tom tells her that the book is about his family and that Lila would "rip her pancreas out with her teeth" if she ever found out about it. (Page 435)

Susan accuses Tom of not having told her everything. What he has given her thus far has been helpful, but there is a great deal more. Tom counters that he is trying to tell his story in some kind of order. Susan wants less information about the brothers and more about Savannah herself...

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