Sex and Vanity - Part 2, Chapters 14 - 19 Summary & Analysis

Kevin Kwan
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Lucie and Freddie walk around together after lunch and talk about their childhood. She tells him how lucky he was that he was too young to remember when their dad died. He thinks she is lucky because she got to have more time with him before he died.

In Chapter 15, Lucie asks Cecil to meet up with her to talk. She is having serious doubts about their relationship. At the tea house, she returns her engagement ring and tells Cecil that she cannot marry him. He does not understand what she is saying, talking over her about ring styles that she might like better. He tells her that she is the most precious thing to him, part of Lucie’s problem that he sees her mainly as a possession. She tells him that they have very little in common and will be...

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