Story of the Eye - Chapter 3, Marcelle's Smell; Chapter 4, A Sunspot Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Marcelle's Smell; Chapter 4, A Sunspot Summary

In fear of being arrested, the narrator ran away from home. Simone finds him living in the woods near her home and takes him back to her rooms. At first the narrator hides during the day and spends the night with Simone in her room. Soon, however, the narrator stays with Simone in her room all the time. During this time, their sexual life becomes more intense. However, Simone tells the narrator that she will not allow him to take her virginity unless Marcelle is present.

The narrator and Simone learn that Marcelle has been sent to a sanitarium. One night they sneak out of Simone's house and ride bicycles to the sanitarium. Once there they believe they are able to pinpoint Marcelle's room based on the fact that someone has hung a...

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