The Moon and Sixpence - Chapters 13-18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-18 Summary

Crabbe and Strickland go to a restaurant for dinner, and Crabbe awkwardly tries to think what to say next. He does not know how to deal with Strickland's indifference, and his admissions that he has done a heartless thing to his family. In the face of such resignation, Crabbe does not see the point of trying to appeal to Strickland's conscience. Instead he asks Strickland what his fellow art students and art teachers think of his painting. Strickland wryly admits that others make fun of him, and do not think he has any talent. Strickland also does not seem to care about any of the glamor of Paris, nor the beautiful women there. A young whore tries to take him home with her from the restaurant, saying that she will not even charge him. Strickland tells the girl to get lost...

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