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The Feast of All Saints Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 14-Volume 3, Part 1, Section 5-Volume 3, Part 2, Section 3 Summary

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Section 14-Volume 3, Part 1, Section 5-Volume 3, Part 2, Section 3 Summary

At Lola Dede's residence, Marie is afraid and wants to leave, but Lisette convinces her to have tea for the sake of politeness. The tea makes Marie dizzy, and she vaguely realizes that she is being undressed. Marie is raped by five white gentlemen who do not even remove their clothes, but one does not participate, and he stays to help her escape when she awakes. When she manages to get back to her cottage, Cecile has already heard what happened and beats her, screaming "Ruined!" Marie manages to dress and escape to Dolly's house where she remains. When Marcel arrives home, he visits Christophe to apologize for his delay, and Christophe explains that Richard's parents have locked him in the attic. He also tells Marcel about Marie's rape, that she is safe at Dolly's...

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