The Bookseller - Chapters 9, 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia Swanson
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In Chapter 9, in her next dream Katharyn finds herself and Lars at a cocktail party. Her outfit reminds her of one worn by the first lady, Jackie Kennedy. Katharyn is also surprised because she is drinking a martini. A redheaded woman, whom Katharyn has learned is named Jean, compliments Katharyn on her dress. The host, George, brings Jean another drink. Katharyn recognizes him as the man she saw during her walk to Springfield Street in her real life. She realizes she has to go to the bathroom and goes in search of one. Instead of finding a bathroom she winds up in the kitchen. Alma shows her to the bathroom but seems concerned that Katharyn might be having a problem and not enjoying the party.

Walking back down the hallway to the party Katharyn runs into George, the host and man she saw...

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