Six Degrees of Separation - Section 3 (pages 26-44) Summary & Analysis

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Section 3 (pages 26-44) Summary

Ouisa and Flan again speak to the audience and tell them that their group watched Paul cook, and that he used just leftovers and ingredients they had on hand and created a delicious meal they all enjoyed. They eat in the kitchen. Ouisa asks Paul what he is majoring in at Harvard. The adults talk about some of the creative names the students have given courses at Harvard. They all compliment Paul on his cooking. Paul and Geoffrey talk awkwardly about Geoffrey being from Johannesburg, South Africa. Paul launches into a sort of speech in which he explains to the others that his father took him to South Africa once when he was making a movie. Paul relates the part of the movie where the camera shifted from riots in the streets to a beautiful villa where people sat...

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