Spartina - Chapter 43 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 43 Summary

After a while, Dick tries to calm Elsie by again saying that he did not mean their relationship is at all like that of Marie and Parker. Elsie becomes mad again and tells Dick that he is just realizing there is a little of Parker in him and that just maybe Dick got some cheap thrill from his sex with her. They continue to argue, and, as Elsie gets up she becomes dizzy and almost has to sit down again. She finally gets in the dingy to leave, but floats a moment beside Spartina and tells Dick she is sorry, she came out here to make it easier on him and somehow she didn't.

Chapter 43 Analysis

Dick and Elsie share their desire to continue to see one another, however, Elsie's desire is more noticeable on the surface. While Dick agrees he wants to...

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