The Little Paris Bookshop - Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

Nina George
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In Chapter 21, Jean and Max stopped in Montargis to see author P.D. Olson. Although Jean had never met Olson, he believed that he might be Sanary. When they arrived at his open, Olson invited them in and they began to talk. Olson complemented Max’s writing and Jean felt oddly jealous. Jean told Olson about his shop and that he liked to prescribe his books for “retired husband syndrome.” This pleased Olson.

After their conversation, Olson led Jean and Max to a secret tango hall. They observed the dancers, who seemed to be “dancing for their lives.”

Chapter 21 also included Manon’s second journal entry, written eight months after she had met Jean. He described how surprised she was to find she could be truly in love with two people simultaneously. She was happy to have Jean in her life but frustrated...

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