Suite Française - Part 1, Storm In June: Chapters 20 and 21 Summary & Analysis

Irène Némirovsky
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Part 1, Storm In June: Chapters 20 and 21 Summary

It is night time and the Pericand's small cat, Albert, is curiously moving around the room where the children and their nanny are sleeping. He is dreamy and curious, and not accustomed to all the natural smells of the country. He has been closely guarded by young Jacqueline, who has been afraid of losing him. Albert finally makes a long-awaited escape out the window and begins to explore things he has never seen heard, or smelled. The cat also can hear the sounds and vibrations of explosions, but is immersed in his discovery of the earth and all of its fascinating aspects. The cat catches a small bird and savors its flesh slowly. His hunger and curiosity sated for the night, he slips back through the window to Jackqueline's bed. " A few seconds...

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