The Improbability of Love - Chapters 24 - 28 Summary & Analysis

Hannah Rothschild
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Chapter 24 is told from the perspective of the painting which Annie has picked up from Agatha. The painting feels demeaned because Annie has put it in a plastic bag where it still sits in Annie's flat. The painting has seen a woman break into Annie's flat and go through her drawers and computer accounts. The woman then talked to someone on her cell phone about the painting and how important it was that the woman find it. The painting wanted to scream out its location to the woman so it could be purchased by someone who would know its value. The painting then shares its lineage of ownership from Pope Pius VI, Napoleon and Empress Josephine, King George IV of Great Britain, Princess Victoria of Great Britain, a footman at Buckingham Palace in London, Esther Winkleman in Berlin, and then to a pale-eyed...

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