The Feast of All Saints - Study Guide Section 2-Volume 1, Part 1, Section 4-Volume 1, Part 1, Section 5 Summary & Analysis

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Marcel awakens to the enjoyable feel of Juliet's embrace, but then he notices Christophe sitting near the bed. During Juliet's warm reunion with her son, Marcel tries to go unnoticed and he is distraught to meet his idol in such a way when Juliet insists upon introducing them. Marcel mourns the loss of the dream of Christophe and compares it to the loss of his friend, Jean Jacques, a year earlier. After Tante Josette praised Jean Jacques, Marcel admires and watches his friend amorously. Cecile is angered by Marcel's friendship because she believes her son is born in better circumstances than Jean Jacques. Jean Jacques teaches the privileged boy about the sufferings of his own people's history as slaves and promises that Marcel can have his diaries when he dies. As Marcel spends more time...

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