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The Razor's Edge Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 (sections iii-v) Summary

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Chapter 3 (sections iii-v) Summary

After detailing Larry's life in the years immediately after his engagement is called off, Maugham switches the focus to Isabel and Mrs. Bradley. The following June after her split with Larry, Isabel marries Gray Maturin. With her brothers unable to attend, Uncle Elliott volunteers to give her away. The wedding is a hit in the local papers, and Henry Maturin buys the young couple a house, which is decorated by Gregory Brabazon, Mrs. Bradley's decorator. In the years that follow, Isabel has two daughters, and Gray is made a partner in his father's booming brokerage business.

Things are changing, however. Elliott finds that more and more of his Parisian contemporaries are moving back to England or leaving their houses to their children. Much to Elliott's dismay, the class lines are starting to blur in London, with women inviting writers and artists into their...

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