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The Feast of All Saints Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 12-Volume 2, Part 3, Section 1-Volume 2, Part 3, Section 5 Summary

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Section 12-Volume 2, Part 3, Section 1-Volume 2, Part 3, Section 5 Summary

When Marcel awakes, he is in Marie's room, and she is tending his wounds while Cecile, Louisa, Christophe and Rudolphe decide to send him to Josette's in the country as soon as he can travel. Meanwhile, Marcel finds comfort from Juliet at Christophe's home so that Philippe will not find him if he returns to the Ste. Marie cottage. Contrary to Marcel's fears, Christophe is not angry and explains that Philippe's anger was due to his embarrassment and fear of Marcel being seen by his white family. He tells Marcel to look forward to his life because he is honorable even though his father is a fool. Unable to hug Christophe because the rumors are true, Marcel offers himself to him, but Christophe refuses and leaves. When he returns, he explains his relationship with Michael...

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