Story of O - Chapter 3, Part 2 (pp. 138-153) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Part 2 (pp. 138-153) Summary

"Anne-Marie and the Rings", part 2. O is taken to see Anne-Marie, a sophisticated woman of Sir Stephen's age, who tells her to take off her clothes, corrects her manner of dress, and laces her tightly into a corset, telling Sir Stephen that she (O) is to wear it at all times in order to shrink her waist. She then inspects O's vagina in a manner that O feels is similar to the way a veterinarian would inspect a horse's teeth, or a fisherman would inspect a fish (see "Quotes", p. 141). When she's finished, Anne-Marie arranges for O to be brought to her at her country home, and O is sent back to her apartment. On the way, O contemplates her lack of contact with Rene, panics at the thought of his not loving her anymore, and goes...

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