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The Feast of All Saints Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 10-Volume 2, Part 2, Section 1-Volume 2, Part 2, Section 3 Summary

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Section 10-Volume 2, Part 2, Section 1-Volume 2, Part 2, Section 3 Summary

Rudolphe visits Dolly's home for colored women to be courted by white gentlemen and is surprised that she accepts the sculpture without anger. It is clear that Dolly is thriving in her new lifestyle, and Rudolphe is reminded of the girl she used to be when she visited his daughter. He delivers wrenches to Christophe from Dolly, and they discuss political issues before Rudolphe goes home. There, he confronts Richard about his admiration for Marie, and though he is awestruck by the strength of his son's convictions, he fears that Marie's are not as strong. Richard confesses that he will never be the man his father wants him to be, but as Marie sees in him what Rudolphe never will, he asks permission to marry her. Rudolphe agrees once Richard comes of age. When Lisette...

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