The Little Paris Bookshop - Chapters 15-20 Summary & Analysis

Nina George
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Summary

In Chapter 15, Max and Jean continued on their journey. For every request Max had, Jean sent him to a book. As the two sailed on, Jean was overcome by nature. As they sailed through Camargue, Jean recalled the summer he and Manon had spent there. It was the last time he had felt the wild freedom by which he was now overcome.

In Chapter 16, Max came upon a flag when rifling through the books on board. Jean recalled the conversation he and Manon had had as she sewed the flag years earlier. Jean told Max to fly the flag, and it doing so embraced the memory of Manon. As he was doing so, the police approached.

In Chapter 17, Jean and Max were approached by the police. Jean stood firm while Max paced nervously. The police officer informed them that they did not have...

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