The Feast of All Saints - Section 8-Volume 1, Part 5, Section 5-Volume 2, Part 1, Section 3 Summary & Analysis

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Section 8-Volume 1, Part 5, Section 5-Volume 2, Part 1, Section 3 Summary

Anna Bella complains that Marcel has not visited her, and he explains that he wants to kiss her again but cannot risk Paris or ask her to wait and this is why he cannot visit her. Furthermore, he is not of age and cannot provide for her. When Anna Bella tells Marcel that Vincent Dazincourt has asked for her and she must answer him today, Marcel advises her to answer as she wishes but promises to go to his father if Vincent forces her. Marcel explains that, if he stayed in New Orleans for her, they would be poor and he would become bitter; he cannot do this to her. Philippe is unhappy to see Anna Bella leave. He presents Marie with a portable secretaire that has been in his family for generations as Cecile...

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