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The Nice and the Good Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 19 Summary

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Chapter 19 Summary

Mary follows Willy into the graveyard. She follows him but does not try to catch him, walking parallel to him. Willy lies down on the ivy. Mary sees that his eyes are closed and she sits down quietly nearby. They talk a bit about the people in the graveyard. Willy throws a semi-transparent piece of green glass to Mary, who catches it in her skirt. They laugh and Mary wishes that he would lay his head in her lap. She tells him that she wishes he talked more to her.

Willy tells her that he will tell her about the most terrible thing that ever happened to him. Mary prepares to hear about his time in the concentration camp, but Willy tells her about a time when he was little on vacation at the Black Sea. Willy had gone out with his nurse to the public gardens...

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