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The Nice and the Good Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

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Chapter 7 Summary

The twins, Barbara and Pierce are outside in the abandoned graveyard. Barbara tries to convince the other three to go bathe without her, as she is feeling too lazy to go. The twins go, but Pierce remains behind. The two snipe back and forth at each other.

Pierce wishes he could lie against Barbara. He tells her that something has gone wrong between the two of them. Barbara supposes that it is sex that has gone wrong with Pierce. The two argue some more. Pierce finally says that he is going and that he'll swim to Gunnar's Cave, a cave whose entrance is only accessible at low tide. He readies to leave and then apologizes to Barbara, who also apologizes to him. He touches her bare knee.

The following scene shows Octavian and Kate getting ready for bed. They briefly talk about the other members of the...

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