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The Masterpiece Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6, Part 2 Summary

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Chapter 6, Part 2 Summary

Christine slowly grows to appreciate more the paintings that Claude turns out in the country. Although, she comes to understand Claude's use of blue in the poplar trees and mauve in the ground, the ordered part of her psyche refuses to accept that trees are not all green and the dirt is not really brown. Conflict within Christine grows the more Claude goes off to the river to paint and she needs constant reassurance that he loves her. Nevertheless, Christine is not the only one for whom the flickering passion of young love has begun to glow dimmer. He starts to miss his old friends and a longing to be in Paris begins to grow in his mind. After winter, Claude runs into Dubuche walking in the countryside and they make an awkward reunion. Dubuche, dressed to the nines, is on his way to see...

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