The American - Chapters XI and XII Summary & Analysis

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Chapters XI and XII Summary

In chapter eleven, Nioche seeks out Newman when Newman returns to Paris in order to continue giving French lessons. He tells Newman that he continues to struggle with his daughter and her bad behavior. Newman makes a special trip to the Louvre in order to see Noemie but instead runs into Valentin. Since the people for whom Valentin is waiting have not arrived, he demands that Newman take him to meet Noemie. When Newman and Valentine do find Noemie, she is watching two women and only pretending to work. Valentin is obviously very taken with Noemie. He tells Newman that he believes that Noemie has a plan to succeed at any rate. Valentin believes the girl is only using her painting as a way to pass her time until she find an opportunity to, as he says...

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