Suite Française - Part 1, Storm In June: Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

Irène Némirovsky
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Part 1, Storm In June: Chapter 19 Summary

Arlette Corail is in the village restaurant as the town waits for the Germans. The mayor is staying, and there is news of an armistice. Arlette feels confident about her ability to survive and come out ahead. She recalls watching Corbin's belongings become buried in rubble and seeing the look of terror on his face. She takes his car and escapes to this village, where she has been living comfortably for several days. She is interested in Hubert because he is related to the wealthy Maltetes. She is irritated as she contemplates an apparently failed attempt to sedue Gerard Salomon-Worms, the Count de Furieries's brother in law. She takes stock of her assets - her jewelry, her property, her legs, figure and scheming mind, and is disturbed that it will be difficult now to get...

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