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The Last of Mr. Norris, Chapters 13 and 14 Summary

Chapter 13

William describes the first few days of his time in Switzerland with the Baron as being careful, polite, and over-courteous. One day, William attempts to get out of his boring ski lessons by deliberately colliding with an attractive young man, Piet van Hoorn. After profuse apologies, Piet introduces him to his uncle, Mr. van Hoorn, and the four men - William, the Baron, the van Hoorns - spend the day together. In the following days, the Baron makes attempts (obvious to William) to seduce Piet, van Hoorn chatters happily about his home in Paris, and William attempts to figure out which of the many businessmen in the chalet is "Margot." As the days go by, van Hoorn and the Baron spend more time together, leaving William with Piet, who at...

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