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The Emperor's Children - Chapter 32, Expose, Chapter 33, Affianced, Chapter 34, Fireworks in Stockbridge Summary & Analysis

Claire Messud
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Chapter 32, Expose, Chapter 33, Affianced, Chapter 34, Fireworks in Stockbridge Summary

Julius is leaving the stranger's apartment the next morning, feeling guilty because he was supposed to take the train to Scarsdale to spend the holiday with David and his family. He remembers the last time he was in Scarsdale and how tolerant and overly kind David's family was to him. Marina has asked Julius to write an expose about the gay culture in Manhattan, and he thinks he could do that.

Marina and Ludo are at Stockbridge with Murray and Annabel. In the morning out by the garden, Marina tells Annabel that she and Ludo are getting married on Labor Day weekend. Annabel's advice to Marina is not to idealize her future husband. Murray comes out to join them, but Marina leaves the garden before her father reaches them...

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