The Little Paris Bookshop - Chapters 32-37 Summary & Analysis

Nina George
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In chapter 32, Cuneo fawned over Samy although they had not yet kissed. Jean continued to ask her questions regarding the identity of Sanary. In discussing the author, the two began opening up about themselves. Samy revealed that she was born with the inability to lie and that she had never been loved. Taking these things into account, Jean asked her if she had written Southern Lights.

In Chapter 33, Samy told Jean that she had written Southern Lights in the hopes of finding love. She had hoped that someone would understand her writing and he would be the one for her. Instead, Jean had understood her work and brought her Cuneo to love.

At the end of the chapter, the author included a passage from Manon’s travel diary. In this passage, Manon explained that she was no longer ashamed of her affair with...

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