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The Habit of Being: Letters - Chapter 9, Part III Continued pages 351 - 400 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Part III Continued pages 351 - 400 Summary and Analysis

This section begins with the tail end of another of her letters to 'A' and proceeds to one to Cecil Dawkins. At this point in the book it has grown clear what type of information she shares with whom. Readers develop a sense of her personality. Much of the information is common to all, and nevertheless, there is some which is very specific to the individual. There is a short note to Cecil which opens with thanking him for sending her and her mother some cheese as a present. The next letter is to 'A' and she admits that seeing her novel in print is turning out to be depressing for her instead of uplifiting as everyone would hope- including herself. She writes about how to handle an interview and confesses that she does not...

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