The House in Paris - Part 3 - The Present - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 - The Present - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

Chapter 3 - As he comes out of Madame Fisher's room, Leopold encounters Henrietta, again sitting on the steps. She tells him that Miss Fisher told her not to say who the man waiting downstairs was. That man, narration reveals, is Ray Forrestier, come to see Leopold in Karen's place. Narration describes how he left Karen in Versailles, how impressed he was with Naomi's calmness when he arrived, and how nervous he is beneath his own fa├žade of calmness. That nervousness makes itself apparent when Leopold comes in and surprises Ray with his pointed questions, his self-possession, his face so much like Karen's, and his manner so much like Max's. Narration also reveals that Karen has a belief that Leopold represents much more in her life than just her child and...

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