The Broken Bridge - Chapter 14, The Death of Colonel Paul Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, The Death of Colonel Paul Summary

Ginny arrives at the art gallery and meets Mr. Chalmers, who is black like herself. Ginny feels inwardly embarrassed because the white part of her assumed he was a white Scotsman when she spoke to him on the phone. She helps him prepare for the private viewing.

Ginny views her mother's paintings in the large room. She thinks the Death of Colonel Paul is brilliant, as are the others hanging on the wall. There is even a picture of a broken bridge, of which Ginny takes note. When Anielle Baptiste arrives at the gallery, Ginny shows her the only picture she has of her mother. When Ginny asks her if she is her mother, Anielle denies any involvement. She simply says that she is an artist; she is not a mother.

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