Tales of the City - Chapters 111 through 115 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 111 through 115 Summary

"Guess who's coming to dinner?" Mona and D'orothea bicker as they wait for the dinner guests that D'orothea doesn't know are her parents. When they do arrive, Mona is shocked to discover that Mrs. Wilson is also white. An upset D'orothea explains her situation (see "Characters - D'orothea") and begs Mona to assure her that she still loves her. Mona does so, confessing that after she found D'orothea's medication she was convinced D'orothea was dying.

"The confrontation" When Mary Ann confronts the drunken Norman and as he sways on the edge of a cliff, he proudly protests that he's not a "chickenshit child pornographer" but is soon to be a successful private investigator. As he runs away, he slips off the cliff and lands on a cracked ledge. As Mary Ann reaches to help him, he slips away from her and into the water, leaving...

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