The Bridges of Madison County - Chapter 6: The Highway and the Peregrine Summary & Analysis

Robert James Waller
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Chapter 6: The Highway and the Peregrine Summary

The next two days, Robert and Francesca spend every minute together. They talk and make love. He plays the guitar and sings to her. Robert brings up the inevitable question that threatens their idyll. What will they do? She feels he owns her—he hadn't intended to but it just happened. He is willing to talk to Richard and tell him that the two of them had fallen in love. He could move to the nearby town. He was willing to do anything. She tells him that Richard couldn't handle it. Thoughts of husband and children and propriety are working their way into Francesca's dream.

Robert asks her to travel with him. He tells her of all the exciting places they could see together and all the wonderful times they'd have together...

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