The Many Lives & Secret Sorrows of Josephine B - Citoyenne Summary & Analysis

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The chapter titled "In which I am reunited with my son" begins in Toulan. Rose writes on October 29, 1790, that she is back on dry land and will not be ready to sail again soon. The trip overland back to Paris is rough and at one point the coach overturns. When someone questions her politics, Rose does not know what to say but is heartily welcomed by her fellow travelers when it is learned that she is Alexandre's wife—now an official known as "deputy" in the new government. Rose goes to the school where Eugene is studying and is dismayed that he does not recognize her after the extended separation and equally upset that she does not feel anything maternal when she sees him. The feelings last only moments before the two are clinging to each other.

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