The Talented Mr. Ripley - Study Guide Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Marge does not want to go to San Remo with Tom and Dickie, because her writing is going so well. She asks them to find her special Stradivari perfume that they could not locate in Naples. Tom dreads spending the whole day looking for it in San Remo, as they did in Naples. The two men share one of Dickie's suitcases, since they are only going for four days. Dickie is slightly more cheerful, but there is an awful air of finality about the trip. He acts overly polite, like a host who loathes his guest, and realizes the guest knows it. For the first time, Tom feels unwelcome and boring. On the train to San Remo, Dickie tells Tom he intends to go to Cortina alone, and with Marge.

At the last minute, the two men decide to stay on the train and go to Nice...

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