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Rules of Civility - Springtime - Chapter 7: The Lonesome Chandeliers, Chapter 8: Abandon Every Hope, Chapter 9: The Scimitar, the Sifter & the Wooden Leg Summary & Analysis

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Springtime - Chapter 7: The Lonesome Chandeliers, Chapter 8: Abandon Every Hope, Chapter 9: The Scimitar, the Sifter & the Wooden Leg Summary

Chapter 7: After Eve and Tinker return home from Key West, Eve invites Katey to round out the table at a dinner party they are hosting. Katey arrives. Eve looks lovely, tanned and with a glint in her eye, wearing diamond chandelier earrings. The disadvantage of being late, Katey discovers, is missing out on drinks before dinner. The other guests are a stockbroker nicknamed Bucky and his wife, Wyss, and also a single man named Wallace Wolcott. Bucky and Wallace are Tinker's childhood friends. Wallace is clearly intended to be a partner for Katey, but she dismisses him because he has a speech impediment, stalling in mid-sentence, and also because...

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