Requiem for a Dream: A Novel - Chapter Three, Part 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three, Part 16 Summary

Marion is bored after Harry and Tyrone leave for work and she lets her mind wander, envisioning the colors of famous paintings she once viewed all over Europe. She remembers the feelings that she had when she experienced culture and life in Italy, Rome and other places. Marion tries to recapture the time when she created art and painted endlessly and freely among other free minds. However, she can't ignore the coldness that took over her life when she returned home. Marion hugs herself on the couch, feeling the cold but remaining hopeful that with Harry she can recreate the joy she once felt.

Chapter Three, Part 16 Analysis

This is the first segment dedicated solely to Marion and her experience. Marion's past has included travel and culture, a direct contrast to the other characters whose experience doesn't seem to...

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