The Bookseller - Chapters 32, 33, 34 and 35 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia Swanson
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In Chapter 32, Kitty hears Frieda calling to her in a dream, telling her that they need to talk. In the real world, they, as the women they are now, need to talk out their problems. When the dream Frieda asks, Katharyn tells her she understands what she is saying to her.

In Chapter 33, Back in Frieda’s office, Katharyn remembers what happened. Because the store was in so much debt, Frieda asked Katharyn to try to borrow money from Lars. Katharyn agreed and got agreement from Lars to lend them the money. It was the following morning that Alma chose to tell Katharyn about Jenny. To make matters worse, it had been Frieda who had helped them find Jenny. When Katharyn told Frieda what was happening with Jenny and Michael, she remembered telling Frieda that the store was a waste of her time...

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