Remembrance of Things Past - Seascape, with Frieze of Girls Summary & Analysis

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Seascape, with Frieze of Girls Summary

Saint-Loup's military leave ends and he spends much of his time working; the narrator misses his friend. The narrator admires many girls but is too frightened to approach them. He sees five or six girls coming toward them. They are all beautiful but look very different. They express contempt for anyone outside of their group, and the narrator decides they cannot be virtuous. He is particularly attracted to the girl with bright eyes, who he overhears the others call Albertine. He wants to know them all but is unsure how to gain an introduction to them. He goes to the hotel to rest before dinner and wonders about the girls. When Saint-Loup returns from working, the narrator tries to interest him in the girls in vain. The narrator is concerned with his boredom every time...

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