The Line of Beauty - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Catherine and Nick are discussing the election, and Gerald is confident that he will again win Barwick. Nick dictates letters in the Ogee office and fancies himself a version of Henry James in his older years.

Rosemary Charles stops by to visit Nick in his office with her friend, Gemma, to tell Nick that Leo has passed away. Nick states that he knows that Pete died. It is revealed that Leo dumped Nick a few years prior because he knew that he was ill with AIDS. Rosemary and Gemma discuss Mrs. Charles's inability to accept that Leo was gay and her belief that he acquired AIDS from a toilet seat.

Chapter 13 Analysis

Catherine and Nick vote together, which shows the outsiders that they are. Rosemary and Gemma disclose to Nick that they themselves are gay. When they leave, Nick sits down and tries...

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